Vanubi is a programming editor highly inspired by Emacs but with a more modern fashion. It aims to be unobtrusive yet smart, simple yet complete with the necessary components built in (monolithic), keyboard based with contextual help, file/directory based (not project based), and fast to open for rapid file editing. It features splitting views, auto indent, sessions, fuzzy search everywhere, git support with side gutter and grep, emacs-like and shell-like key bindings, integration with the shell, and an ad-hoc scripting language.
Mover is a system designed to move mail while eliminating as much metadata as possible. In fact, it eliminates virtually all metadata, except for the order and possibly the time that a message arrives at a given site. Addresses are encryption keys. The encrypted messages are sent to all mover locations. The intended recipient uses their key to decrypt the message.