VoiceCode is an Open Source initiative started by the National Research Council of Canada, to develop a programming by voice toolbox. The aim of the project is to make programming through voice input as easy and productive as with mouse and keyboard. For install, Use subversion, as described in this page: http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/voicecode/index.php?title=VCode_1_Doc/InstallationManual.
Charlemagne is a versatile genetic programming application which includes a command-line client and an interactive console mode. It features built in input-output mapping support, and is user-extensible for complex fitness evaluation in Python and Lisp
Autotoolset is both a colection of small tools (scripts, emacs macros, etc.) to simplify project development with autoconf/automake/libtool/texinfo/emacs and a good documentation on how to get started on these tools and the whole GNU software model.
Cleanux holds different scripts and programs for cleaning up messy code, such as XML and HTML.
A collection of general or specific tools created in the process of creating other, larger programs.
Small or experimental software projects developed by Nada Amin
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.
The project wants to give support to the different tasks and jobs that are made in the common electrical industry. There are many commercial applications that already do the work. We can development by ourselves and make accesible for every one who need
methbrowse is a new XHTML-only web browser built from the ground up for speed and compact memory usage in Haskell. It will use a custom written HTML rendering engine. Plugins and extensions will be supported via the Lisp and Python languages.
The project aims to build up a word corpus for Indian languages taking commonly used English terms.
This library is intended to provide a minimal C/C++ API to efficiently create, manipulate, and parse LISP-style symbolic expressions.
Trek7 the original multiplayer network star trek game from the early-mid 70s. We are hoping to revive this classic (no, its not netrek/mtrek, not even close). hopefully the SF community can help port this to modern day networks.