Hierarchical Cluster Engine is a a solution that can be used to construct custom network meshes or distributed network cluster structures with several types of relations between nodes. It supports handling of management requests from multiple source points, native reduction of results from multiple nodes (aggregation, duplicate elimination, sorting, etc.), a powerful full-text search engine and data storage, transaction-less and transactional request processing, and many language bindings for client-side integration.
Glue Stick is a dependency injection framework for Java applications. Beans may be defined in Groovy scripts, GSON configuration files, or Spring Framework XML files. Compared with other dependency injection frameworks for Java, Glue Stick aims to be faster at assembling applications and simpler to use.
EZDM (ezdungeonmaster) is a simple set of tools for dungeon managers, targeting AD&D 2nd edition rules. It's not an RPG game, but some helper tools for people DM-ing real games, and is designed not to get in the way of roleplay and storytelling, but simply help do the math during encounters and leveling. Dice rolling can be done by the computer, or the tools can be set for manual dice, in which case you simply enter the results of the roll. All game data, charts, and character sheets are stored in JSON format. The EZDM kit defaults to using a simple dialog-based GUI which requires easygui, but a console interface is also available.
NaturePHP is a classes wrapper using PHP's autoload to create a non-intrusive, simple, organized, and extensible library system. It is aimed at intermediate and advanced PHP developers, providing a lot of non-intrusive functionality for Web site and application development. Upcoming development will include internal library management and the ability to download/update libraries from the repository.
Guitar Chord API class can be used to search for guitar chords using the Guitar Chord API. It can send an HTTP request to the Guitar chord API Web server to find chord variations based on given data about a chord by specifying the chord name, chord modification, and/or string/fret combination.