Audio player for Linux
Arita is an extraordinary audio player for Linux-based distributions. It is designed for people, who like to keep their music libraries well-organized. Unlike any other traditional player, Arita requires your tracks to be stored in container files - ISO images or uncompressed archives (AR, CPIO, TAR, ZIP).
GTK2 binding for common lisp, based on CFFI and CLOS
The project Text Phone (TT) Is the maximum simplification of a problem of working out of Intellectual cheloveko-machine interface ICHMI, a problem of speech dialogue with phone.
NTW is a cross-platform client/server protocol and widget toolkit that allows efficient remote operation, even over slow networks. Its goal is to be able to serve hundreds of remote clients with a single inexpensive server.
Recall it! will help you if you study foreign languages. All you need to do is to write a dictionary with key - value pairs and program will pick a random pairs from it and test your knowledge of the values with given keys.
functions for working with geographical data in lisp
Uses opencv to create a zoom-able map, upon which you can place vectorized objects. The idea is to have these objects available in the map, in a list-view and on the REPL. Not complete. No documentation.
A fork of CLG project (Common Lisp bindings to GTK+ v2.x)
Highly automated Common Lisp bindings for GTK+ v2.x by Espen S. Johnsen. The CLG library uses GLib introspection feature to build the binding system. This fork incorporates the fixes to run the system on the stable version of Debian Linux distribution.