DEMAE was a project to develop a GUI music player. Currently, this project is frozen; only maintaining wma123 -- a console-based music player.
Debon stands for DEsktop roBOt Network. The idea of this project is to create a desktop robot that will try to entertain and help the desktop user.
Dependensaw is a suite of ruby programs dedicated to mapping, visualizing, weakening and breaking dependencies in other programs. Initially the emphasis will be on C++ programs, but the suite may be generalize to other languages / systems.
My feeble attemp to combine Ruby Jewel (another feeble attempt), with Rails, SQL kernel module, web service module, Ajax, ..., etc. (list not full)
Medieval 2: Total War - Kingdoms Modification
Dominion of the Sword is a Medieval 2: Total War total conversion supermod that aims to recreate the medieval era with an emphasis on historical accuracy and gameplay.
Dryon is an irc bot (previously known as AMXBot) mainly coded for QuakeNet but useable on other IRC networks, it is coded in C/C++ and use a two scripting system called Small (same as AMXMod and AdminMod) very similar to C and Ruby, an object oriented la
An EEChip is a chip whose software can evolve. It works like Conway\'s Game of Life, but with highly generic rules for each cell. This project simulates an EEChip in C, and the chips are tested, selected, and mutated in Ruby.
Software for on-board computer of European Student Earth Orbiter called OBDH Core. Project site http://www.sseti.net
Elefant is an user-friendly memory profiler for Linux :) This project was made possible by the support of SentinelBox (http://www.sentinelbox.com)
Etch is a cross-platform, language- and transport-independent framework for building and consuming network services. With Etch, service development and consumption becomes no more difficult than library development and consumption.
ExPo: Exchange Portal is an online financial trading exchange platform designed to run controlled scientific trading experiments between human traders and automated trader robots.
FGL is a tightly-integrated self-contained development & execution environment utilizing best-of-breed programming tools and methodologies, optimized web/application server, highly-scalable relational/object database, and robust extension interface.
Analyze files to get their real format. Retrieve corrupted ones.
Analyze files and guess their true content's format. Extract hidden files from corrupted ones. Easily extensible by adding new plug-ins for new formats. Handles documents, videos, images, music, executables...
The Free-POSIX Common Desktop Project exists to create an open standard for free Desktop implementations.
A callback GEDCOM parser for Ruby, including an interface for parsing standard GEDCOM formatted dates.
GImageView is a GTK+ based image viewer which supports tabbed browsing, thumbnail table views, directory tree views and drag and drop. It also support movies using the Xine library and MPlayer, and supports images in compressed archive formats.
This project has been merged into the Cygwin Ports project.
Galactic Domine - Evolve in the galaxy
Galactic Domine is a web based game. The Goal of the game is to Evolve in the galaxy.
This XML-based language will allow easy creation and integration of Game Map and Object definitions for any game.
GemUO is a framework for Ultima Online, which enables you to write macros in the Ruby language.
Gcboard is a widget for Chess-style games (i.e. Checkers). It provides an easy to use API for creating a nice looking chessboard, which supports several playing styles (clicking, dragging, flashing pieces, etc).
The GnuBook project provides eBook tools for making digital books available under Open Content Alliance principles.
GoldenSpike is a high performance server management infrastructure for Linux and *BSD operating systems
Graphserver provides fast shortest-path computations on very large graphs, for use as a sub-component of a trip-planning service.
Haru is a free, cross platform, open-sourced software library for generating PDF written in ANSI-C. It can work as both a static-library (.a, .lib) and a shared-library (.so, .dll).