TuxBot is an IRC bot written in Lua. It was created to fit the requirements of the #linux channels on irc.oftc.net and irc.esper.net, but it is also used as a helpful bot in some other, non-Linux channels on other networks. The bot is able to link Linux channels on different networks by relaying messages between them. It is also able to kick flooders and to show the title of HTML pages after someone posted a link in a channel. Furthermore, TuxBot works as a raw multi-network IRC client for the console. There are some other features, such as the ability to extend TuxBot’s functionality using a simple module system.
RoseThorn is a cross-platform library for 2D and 3D games running on GNU/Linux (and possibly other Unix-like OSes) and Windows. Features include: hardware accelerated 2D and 3D rendering; Ogg and WAV Sound support with OpenAL; Lua scripting; BMP, JPEG, and PNG image loading and saving (from screenshots); easily created and modified user interfaces with XML and CSS, combined with Lua event handling; separate 2D and 3D libraries; support for multiple fonts in both TTF and bitmap formats; support for OBJ, 3DS, MD5, and RTM model formats; skeletal animation (a work in progress); support for UDP and TCP networking; thread and mutex support; a Simple Shader API; 2D animated sprites; and some basic cryptography support. There is simple event management, with key/mouse bindings easily customized from the in-game console, config file, command line, or GUI.
ZShaolin installs a powerful terminal on your Android device, without requiring root. It comes with applications to edit text, images, audio, and video using shell scripts and programs like FFMpeg, ImageMagick, Sox, Oggz, Lua, awk, sed, vim, emacs, git, SSH, and rsync. A zsh command line environment comes pre-configured with colors, smart completion, error correction, and all man pages, making ZShaolin also suitable for those who would like to learn shell scripting and Unix system administration via a remote session.
Five Hundred is a card game for four players similar to Euchre or Bridge, especially popular in Australia and New Zealand. The wikipedia page has a comprehensive description of gameplay. This version is implemented in C++/Qt. It incorporates graphics from the svg-cards project. Computer players are scriptable in Lua.
Devilspie2 is a utility to find windows and changes properties of these windows with the help of rules written in LUA. For example, you can make a window of an application always appear at the same screen position each time it starts. It is a continuation of the program Devilspie, written by Ross Burton.
The Grind is a simple game about avoiding responsibility at work. The goal is to acquire as little work (as few "to-dos") as possible throughout your 9-5 workday. Wander around the cubicles and hide from the men in suits - if they're coming your way, that means they want to give you work! Use the arrow keys to move, space to start, and escape to exit.