StepMania is a music/rhythm game. The player presses different buttons in time to the music and to note patterns that scroll across the screen. Features 3D graphics, visualizations, support for gamepads/dance pads, a step recording mode, and more! WE HAVE MOVED TO GITHUB.
A secure, feature-rich, customizable embedded Linux network appliance
A secure, feature-rich, customizable embedded Linux network appliance for use in a variety of network topologies. Although it can be used in other ways; its primarily used as a Internet gateway, router, firewall, and wireless access point. LEAF documentation wiki http://bering-uclibc.zetam.org
A collection of developer tools for game-making on and for the Nintendo DS, including (but not limited to) content uploader, 2D game engine with sound, level and sprite editor.
NModule is an extensible plug-in framework for the .NET framework. It is an abstraction layer on top of the reflection API. It uses roles (defined by the application) to determine how to use a module.
MapReduce is a simple and flexible parallel programming model initially proposed by Google for large scale data processing in a distributed computing environment. This project implements the MapReduce runtime and API for the Cell processor platform.
Simple utility to convert PNG to JPEG
png2jpeg is a simple command-line image converter from PNG to JPEG.
BTS is a Build Template System designed for building packages for th common packing systems in use by current distributions based on a single XML package description. We are finally restarting development after a long break due to NeOS work.
Erubis is a pure ruby implementation of eRuby (embedded Ruby). It is very fast, extensible, flexible, and secure.
Smalltalk YX is an open source programming language. It's an implementation of the Smalltalk-80 standard.
X* is a powerful, extensible programming language that is using an Extensible Entity approach (A very enhanced OOP). I've been programming for the past 10 years with dozens of Programming Languages from different Paradigms... I wanted more.