The aim of the project is to develop an open source iSCSI target with professional features, works well in enterprise environment under real workload, and is scalable and versatile enough to meet the challenge of future storage needs and developements.
Agaseous-NES is a graphic app for creating integrated circuit layers. Developers can import Agaseous for SuperWikia Alpha .AJA (Agaseous Joint Application) text files to automate & create asauna plates. Also imports and intergrate Adobe .PSD files.
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.
A base for programs. Includes algorythms for Q-learning and SOM's etc. too. Examples: Hamron: Simulates evolution, uses the 2D-renderer. DriveUnit: created for school, for a robotic arm, uses the 3D-renderer. Hlearn: http://www.sagenb.org/home/pub/8
This project aims to develop a prototype system that explores how we should re-invision computer system design based on changes in how people get the software that they run, as well as advances in static analysis of software.
The Staples Data Population & Migration Administrator is an application for the SuperWikia programming language which auto-builds critical infrastructure for cloned patches and provides backend server capability for smaller projects.
Maiden-core is a Linux kernel robotics API module, extensible in Erc. The Maiden Project also documents and develops the Maiden architecture for mobile robots, a set of (optional) designs and standards for robots using the Maiden-core API.
The open bicycle computer (oBiCo) is an outdoor computer to be mounted on your bike. We are providing an open source based plattform to ether use Linux based software or go with a small GPL'ed C++ OS (Booting in just 2 seconds)
robot-brains is a repository for diy roboticists and experimenters. It's focused on Scheme.
Schedprofile is a performance monitoring tool integrated into Linux kernel scheduler. The tool gathers information provided by performance monitoring counters about processes running in the system.