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  • OpenTNF Tracing System

    OpenTNF is a system-level tracing facility for capturing and presenting diagnostic information and performance metrics. Linux/Intel (kernel 2.2.x) is the initial target platform. The OpenTNF project is seeking developers for ports to other platforms.

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    The PGMFI project has as its goal total understanding of the computerized systems such as ECUs, ABS controllers and other devices present in Honda vehicles. Currently, the Non-Commercial-Sharealike license is reccomended for all releases.

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    PHP Support for GNU Emacs

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  • Picture Perfect

    Pp-script implements a scriptable method of generating complex diagrams as needed in math and science textbooks. It makes it simple to draw 3D diagrams as needed for many linear algebra textbooks. It is also extendable via lisp.

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    This is a package manager for GNU/Linux. It will be built using concepts from bittorent. This program will mostly be written in Python with a little Lisp.

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  • Portable AllegroServe(tm)

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    Project Cogito is a artificial intelligence infrastructure to aid the development of thinking machines. It will provide the ability to create virtual worlds with loadable objects that brains can interact with. Administrative interfaces will be provided.

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