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BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
Geneology and Family Tree Management.
IndicX is a transliterator for Indian languages for the Macintosh (Mac OS X) platform.
You can 'wear' any clothes on the internet 'virtually' on your body (image). And this application stores the URL where you can buy the clothes, you can share your information like your good looking shot or your ratingson the clothe over internet.
On Stop surely a show stopper.
OpenCase is a social worker case note taking software. This is a standalone java application that will be developed using mostly opensource tools. The developers will collabarate using open source tools.
Panchangam means 'Five Limbs', deals with the five divisions of time. An 'auspicious' moment (Muhurtha) is considered very important, for starting a ceremony. This project is to develop software to produce panchangam to a place.
Project Sveccha aims to be the central repository for all things related to localisation of open software for Telugu - Gnome, KDE, Mozilla, Open Office, Pango, php, Perl (to start with). In addition, we will try to develop new fonts, new keyboards/IMEs.