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Maximal Clique Motif Reduction (MCMR) is a software program for running and then combining the output of multiple motif finder programs, such as MEME, AlignACE and Weeder, into a set of consensus predictions with associated confidence rankings.
Portable cross-platform audio I/O library
Pysox is an open-source library for the development of isometric, 3D games (RTS and TBS chiefly). It will be scriptable in either Python or Lua. It is written in Objective-C using GNUstep, OpenGL, and SDL.
Code for reference implementations of identity brokers and simple single sign-on (SSO) mechanisms that utilize XDI and link contracts to manage the dataweb.
Shadows will be a mmo with a very unique spell and crafting system. The IrrLicht graphics engine (http://irrlicht.sourceforge.net) shall be utilized to serve as a cross platform engine. I'm oping to create the feel of a graphical mud more than an mmo.
The Prodigy Project provides an integrated suite of applications for K-12 educators. Currently development is focusing on the implementation of Gradebook.
Vidi is a Venti proxy that allows making archives when disconnected from the Venti server.
This is a library for X-Plane which handles the drawing of 3D multiplayer aircraft using OpenGL.
Porting the Ambrosia Software game Ares (by Nathan Lamont) to Mac OS X and beyond. The source has just been released - a first alpha may be soon! Although this project is called Ares X, it is supposed to be called Xsera (the name should be changed soon)
Simple, Fast, Advanced... ZintoriOS. Made in Wellington, New Zealand
Alphamote is an aiming to provide a free, open source alternative to Sony's Remote Camera Control software, which can be used to control Sony's alpha DSLR cameras via the USB port (changing settings, triggering, downloading, ...).
muhttpd is a simple but complete web server written in portable ANSI C, supporting logging, CGI scripts, MIME type based handlers, and HTTPS. It has been tested on various Unix environments on 32-bit, 64-bit, little endian and big endian systems.