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BonzayRTS project will build an RTS engine. An implementation of Starcraft will be created using this engine. Current goal is to have a linux version first.
Yet another Linux Distro - Under Dev
Uma alternativa ao ConkyForecast1 weekly downloads
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The name is quite a joking matter. As is this Ubuntu remix. It is mostly a more teenage and logical user remix. More audio recording, browsing, and art oriented applications, and a somewhat better theme. Enjoy
Breeze::OS Linux/BSD distribution
Bursar is a personal finance solution which provides an easy way to manage incomings and outgoings.
MOVED TO https://github.com/juergenhamel/cuon C.U.O.N. ( Common Universally Organized Network ) is a business-application.
Colour code of components
BRIEF v3.1 Emulation and Patches For JED
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.30 weekly downloads
Astronomy CCD capture software63 weekly downloads
CEHALET (Common Ethical Hacker's Toolkit) is a collection of open source tools used for ethical hacking or pen-test.
Choking coil sizer application
CHGolf is a 2D-Minigolf golf-game. For course editor use qt4 library. With this editor you can build up many different courses easily. The game use SFML2 with added some functions, with this you can play courses.
Devuan 1.0.1 based distribution (systemd-free)252 weekly downloads
CSS-Miami it's a WYSIWYG Web creator tool. - Created HTML uses CSS technology (W3 standard compliant). - Has two view modes: WYSIWYG and source view. - Easy & fast to use. - You can create webs in some minutes.
Smart Resume Creator and Job Application Organizer23 weekly downloads
This is a simple picture viewer. CatCry can do some edit to photographs, like rotation, flip, and resize.
ChaOS Linux is a openSUSE based ditribution that provides a complete experience and features a lot of ready-to-install softwares (over 11.000 packages)
openSUSE made simple31 weekly downloads
Class to create simple charts in Gambas + sample program
A unique Unix-like operating system based on Ubuntu, using LXDE.
ChildsMusic is a very simple music player for pre-school children, stand-alone or as XMMS2 client. It is album-oriented and presents album covers for selection as young children have no problem remembering the image of the CD they listened to.
Determine f'' and f' from X-ray fluorescence spectra