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NetHack is a popular single player dungeon exploration game that runs on a wide variety of computer systems.1,123 weekly downloads
X11::GUITest, is a Perl package, used for controlling applications by means of user emulation. This can be used to interact (SendKeys, ClickMouseButton, FindWindowLike, etc.) with applications running under an X Windows environment. Including applications built (GTK+, Qt, Motif, etc.) upon X11 / Xlib. You may find that this mechanism is easier to use then that provided by xautomation or xdotool.17 weekly downloads
ProcessViewBrowser & ProcessViewServer represent an OpenSource attempt to industrial process visualization. It is based on Qt and is very portable. (Now also available as commercial software)2 weekly downloads
Bible Concordance generator and viewer for UNIX/Linux/Cygwin, written in C. Supports multiple word searches using boolean operators and Reverse Polish notation. Unlike printed concordances, shows complete verse, and in context.
An operating system kernel designed with simplicity, readability, and elegance in mind. No longer written from scratch, but built on "the shoulder of giants." Specifics are given in the CREDITS file starting from v0.04
Pack files into C source code similar to sharutils. To extract files, compile and run the C source.
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.