JunFa is a chinese chess engine compliant with the CXBoard v1 communication protocol. It is the first OSS bitboard-based Chinese Chess engine released to the public. Its methods of move generation and board representation make it fast and capable of evaluating multiple board states very quickly.
allowdirectportio allows user-space Linux programs to access I/O directly on an x86 platform or hardware with a similar I/O model. It grants permissions to ports specified in the C source file before setting the effective user ID of the program back to that of the user that invoked it.
Tol is a programming language dedicated to the world of statistics and focused on time series analysis and stochastic processes. Unlike many other languages, Tol is not an object-oriented language, but a declarative language driven by functions, based on two key features: simple syntactical rules and a powerful set of extensible data types.
Huntor is a full-featured command line Bittorrent client. It currently has no GUI. This client focuses on being run in the background, such as on servers. It is highly customizable. Its disk storage layout makes it easy to incrementally rsync the data to a different machine while downloading.
K-Robots is an independent Linux implementation of the AT-Robots 2 programming game, where different robot tanks that run assembly-type programs supplied by the players compete in an arena to be the last one standing. Robots may scan for each other's presence, shoot, lay mines, and drive around the arena to evade or seek out opponents, all depending on what program the robot runs.
OpenNap is a server for Napster, a protocol for sharing files between users. With Napster, the files stay on the client machine, never passing through the server. The server provides the ability to search for particular files and initiate a direct transfer between the clients. In addition, chat forums similar to IRC are available. OpenNap extends the Napster protocol to allow sharing of any media type, and the ability to link servers together.