The FreeBoB project aims to provide a free driver implemenation for the BeBoB platform. The BeBoB is used in many available IEEE 1394 based break-out boxes. BeBoB devices are audio breakout boxes. BeBoB devices are attached with IEEE1394, a.k.a FireWire or i.Link, a high performance serial bus. FreeBoB is a generic Linux driver for BeBoB devices and supports JACK.
Os-Cafe is a system for administering a cybercafe running exclusively Linux for clients and the server. It has been used in The OpenSource Café (France/Lyon) since summer 2006. It provides a set of preconfigured and customized tools (including some pre-existing ones) like openkiosk, nodeview, and bigsister, but it also provides a full framework for administration and a captive portal for Wifi support.
Watchpost is a file change monitoring program written for the GNOME desktop environment. The user sets files or folders to monitor for changes, and Watchpost will report any changes to the files monitored. The tool was designed to help people keep an eye on what is being modified in their system.
Letter Hunt is a rogue-like game. As such, you are an @ which navigates a dungeon populated by various monsters represented by different letters. However, unlike most rogue-like games where the goal is to get to the bottom of the dungeon to save the world, the goal in Letter Hunt is simpler: to score as many points as possible. Points are scored by defeating enemies in an order that spells a word. Capturing an rat, then an ant, and then a turtle, will award you points for spelling "rat". While it is turn-based like most roguelikes, play is faster since the traditional inventory has been replaced by power-ups.