Design Center is a Web application that allows users to change the colour of different layers in a photo. In a photo of a bedroom, there could be layers for the walls, the ceiling, and for the floor. The application lets users change the colour of each and see how a new paint job would look. If used on a furniture store's Web site, different layers could be used for beds, chairs, lampshades, etc. to allow customisation by users.
nad_daemon is a daemon used to remote control NAD amplifiers over RS232. It will accept commands from the network and send them to the amplifier. It also includes a simple client. It has only been tested on the C355bee, but it should work with other amplifiers. Certain receivers from NAD will also be remote controllable in this fashion, but the more fancy features are not yet implemented.
TCPWebLog is a system that collects and aggregates Apache and Varnish Web server logs from multiple Linux computers. It uses a simple "client" program that pipes logs to a central server over a TCP connection, and a "server" program that receive the logs and quickly aggregates or splits them.
FreeTable is a cloud database service that allows programmers to upload and download individual data values using a SQL-like API. Language bindings exist for Python, PHP, and Ruby. In many respects FreeTable is a data wiki, with notions of revision history, curation, and data rollback/roll forward.
FMG is a futuristic war game based on full metal planet (an 'old' board game) and playable in a Web browser. Land your spaceship on Full Metal Planet, pick up ore, destroy or capture the enemy expensive hardware, and if you can, capture their own freighter with a hold full to bursting. Each game is independent. Although it is playable in English, not everything in the guide is translated yet.
Obix is an object-oriented, portable, open-source programming language, specifically designed to increase the reliability, productivity, and simplicity in software development projects. The aim is to achieve these three important goals through a unique combination of proven and innovative concepts supporting the "Fail fast!" principle.