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Links two to four Microsoft XBoxen in a cross-platform, fake system link in order to allow a free medium for multiplayer gamers over the internet.
Python based IRC infobot system
Star Trek Klingon is a console mode space shooter. You are a small vessel sent by the Klingon High Council to the Delta quadrant to rid the galaxy of the Borg plague: you are the first line of defense. You must evade asteroids, lightning bolts, and of cou
The cvs+ project seeks to provide a you would never know that its cvs layer on top of the cvs protocol to make the system easier to use for novices and easier to setup for administrators. This would be based on a perl-tk and text-based cvs client that
LuxSQL is a fast mini embedded database server. Using a Structured Query Language to access and manipulate information within the database. Becuase LuxSQL is a SQL database, it is easy to use and maintain a relational databse.
Text-based Intuitive Personal Information Organizer. A completely console oriented PIM that is compatible and can seamlessly operate with Apple iCal and Mozilla Calendar.
TRASH is a secure and trusted file sharing protocol/platform inspired by the seemingly-dead WASTE project. Truthfully, we got sick of using WINE to run the Windows client because the Linux and MacOS clients were something to be desired.
Twitter command line client. Support for for basic twitter functions on linux / unix command line.