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Ruby script for converting csv lists of computer names and their other attributes into a cluster ssh or .csshrc file.
Remake of the old fantastic game Colonization, from Microprose, where the goal is to build a colony in America, and to make this colony grow big enough to be able to fight its independence from the mother country.
(To pronounce, just say the letter: AAY WHY QUEUE.) A collection of high-level models and utility code applicable to interactive applications. e.g. Fixed/variable timestep timing, state machine, etc.
The openMindMap offers a confortable way to organize ideas, appointments, files and notes through a graph based navigation GUI (instead of tree based). The idea is that you can organize items the same way they are associated in your mind.
rubyPod is a graphical frontend for managing an iPod on Linux, relying on the gnuPod project as its backend. It supports adding and deleting of songs, creation and modification of playlists, convenient id3v2 mp3 tag edition and exporting to hard drive.
A real-time graphical stockmarket simulator using Ruby-SDL1 weekly downloads
hopefully someday this can replace freebsds \"sysinstall\". At the moment it can only manage packages.
A native, dual-bootable ubuntu for the HTC™ HD2 Phone (qsd8250 SoC)4 weekly downloads
Transform USB keyboard events into X11 keyboard events. Transformation is scriptable using ruby, allowing for complex keyboard interfaces not covered by the standard X11 keymap. Think of it as autohotkey for X11.5 weekly downloads
This is a window maker dockapp that monitors eBay auctions. The dockapp displays the title of the auction, as well as its current price.
xiron is a rapid development framework to build multimedia frontends using the xine engine.
A pluggable jukebox, in which the components talk XMLRPC to one another. This lets you have multiple UIs, multiple player types, multiple queueing systems. The ultimate conclusion would be a build your own jukebox kit. Includes a back end that Gronk! can