6Vertex is an Objective C/Cocoa application (and standard C functions) for computing and visualizing matrix models generated with the 6-vertex model for computing boundary shapes and phase transition shapes for differently weighted vertices.
The AbiWord word processor is a full-featured cross-platform word processor.
RTS game engine contributions to Stratagus. RPG mode, first-person mode, underground areas and more are planned. A distribution of Stratagus with the contributions compiled in will also be released here.
Computational modelling is a interdisciplinary field spanning many techniques and programming languages. AgenTools is a project dedicated to establishing increased modularity in scientific computing packages and a portal linking to other existing project
The Audioscrobbler development project has moved to a new site at http://www.audioscrobbler.net. This project is no longer in use.
A self-contained and portable build system derived from the traditional 4.4BSD system. It implements Bourne configure script generation, concurrent building and it can compile IDE project files. It is portable to most operating systems and make flavors.
CUT is a simple, to-the-point unit testing system. It's different from other unit test packages in that it follows the KISS principle. It's designed for C testing, not designed to emulate SUnit.
CC Mode is a GNU Emacs and XEmacs mode for editing C and other languages with similar syntax; currently C++, Objective-C, Java, CORBAs IDL, Pike, and AWK. It is a standard package in both GNU Emacs and XEmacs.
CetusLink is a network client app. It could be described as an online service with channels, content, articles, and chat. We plan to include keywords using a special language, chatting, articles, and many other features.
A 32-bit Compiler, Language and Platform independant, Written in C/C++, that only needs a Compiler, Language and Platform reference to compile a source code. It facilites MultiLanguage software writting.
LIEL (Language Independent Extension Library) is a language-agnostic library containing solutions to various programming problems and extending the capabilities of existing frameworks and code libraries.
The Lightweight Java Game Library (LWJGL) is a solution aimed directly at professional and amateur Java programmers alike to enable commercial quality games to be written in Java. LWJGL provides developers access to high performance crossplatform libraries such as OpenGL (Open Graphics Library), OpenCL (Open Computing Language) and OpenAL (Open Audio Library) allowing for state of the art 3D games and 3D sound. Additionally LWJGL provides access to controllers such as Gamepads, Steering wheel and Joysticks. All in a simple and straight forward API. LWJGL is available under a BSD license, which means it's open source and freely available at no charge.
Music player - endlessly plays your music
This music player is supposed to be simple and all centered around an infinite intelligent queue (some other players call this PartyShuffle or DJ mode). You can manually add songs to it - but if you don't or the queue gets too short, it will automatically intelligently fill it with further songs. The intelligent queue decision currently is based on: * song ratings * context-based choices, e.g. related songs more likely Other features of this player: * open source, simplified BSD license * simple * support of most important sound formats. just uses FFmpeg * music database (optional) * audio volume normalization. own ReplayGain implementation * gapless playback * Last.fm scrobbling * AcoustID fingerprint * imports iTunes song ratings
Small or experimental software projects developed by Nada Amin
OpenLyrics is a project to provide a free, open source database, software, and various access methods (such as SOAP) for integrating song lyrics into music applications.
OpenProp is a lightweight property file format and related APIs, designed to be easy to load programmatically. It is intended to replace INI files and XML for simple data storage.
Open Source for Internet of Things
An Open Community in the Home Automation and Domotics space. We believe an Open Source approach can revolutionize the way people create, install, and maintain software in the industry. Our panel technology integrates with your favorite protocol and runtime hardware through Open Source software. We open up the front-end and support a unified panel and visual programming model. An installer can pick and choose hardware products from different vendors and still present one panel UI to the user. A proprietary hardware vendor can build modern panel support and integrate with existing vendors. Whether you are a DIY aficionado, a high-end installer, a hardware vendor or integrator, OpenRemote has something for you. We want to make OpenRemote the standard for commercial and hobbyist integration alike. We allow any integrator or vendor to write plug-ins and bring innovative tools that simplify the work of an installer and the relationship with the client.
A script(ing/ed/able) optimizing compiler for the C and Objective-C languages (and in the future other languages such as C++, D and Java). Written in a scripting language to allow for experimentation with code generation and optimization techniques.
The project will fork off from the original SGE and create a library written in pure ANSI C, with possibly a few additional features.
SSF aims at providing an easy to use and efficient framework for physics sim & visuals in small scientific simulations in real-time, as well as games, which are inherently real-time applications.
Starfish generates unique wallpaper patterns for a lively, colourful, and eye-catchingly unique desktop. It can be configured to automatically create new images at set time intervals, or you can manually request a new desktop anytime.
RealizedSound SuperCollider 3 snapshot binaries.
The Gnuritas project aims at designing a "smart" and flexible framework and tools to manage and share knowledge, information and scientific data.
This project intends to develop an exokernel based OS incorporating concepts from the MIT exokernel, the Utah Flux Project, Elysium, L4 and Eros.
Thirty-One is a fun little game, where the user plays against the computer in a race to the number 31 (thirty one). Each selects a number until the aggregate equals 31. To also be extended to player versus player. Also, will hopefully gain a GUI.