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A text editor for typing sanskrit14 weekly downloads
launcher for symban nfc phones
MyConcordancer is a user friendly graphical concordancing tool intended for use in classrooms by students studying language and Linguistics.
IBIM is a basic IM program with support for file transfer, webcam support and image sharing.
The Sino Project is an Open Source initiative that utilized code developed by the Chinese government. Sino Linux Middleware v3.0 and Mobile Business Application Suites are built and tested in conjunction with the OSDL in a high volume, enterprise read2 weekly downloads
A suite of tools for automatic or algorithmic synchronization of video and audio, both by generation of audio from video input, and video from audio input.
Windows based monitor for file system deltas / malicious activity
Mel McGee's Talkbots is a complete multi-browser, multi-platform talking head application in SVG suitable for web sites, or as an avatar for your programs. Text to speech (TTS) synthesis is sent using optional MP3 audio to lip synch ing characters.
QuickClip Is a Clipboard Manager for MS Windows XP It is intended to be a replacement for the built in Clipboard manager. With a a nice GUI for the end users.
Ingenix is a novel approach to distributed computing and is an exiting attempt to alter the Operating Systems landscape that hasn't really changed much in over 30 years. It is based on an exokernel architecture and written from scratch.1 weekly downloads
Ember is an operating system based on the MIT Exokernel design. Currently, it only supports the IA-32 architecture.
Game Rapid Development Kit is an easy to use, versatile 2D/3D game framework. After being frustrated at finding multiple "engines" that were loaded with features we didn't want or weren't ready for use "out of the box", we decided to create GameRDK.