The Labyrinth of Time is a classic first-person adventure game that takes place in a wondrous maze built by the spirit of Daedalus, master craftsman of the ancient world. This maze stretches though space and time, and the power-mad King Minos intends to use it to rule the universe. The player must discover how to destroy this labyrinth of time and stop Minos' nefarious plot.
ecvsbuild is an easy-to-use Enlightenment e17 build script. It grabs Enlightenment e17 (including extra applications) from CVS and installs it in your home directory or any directory of your choosing. It can bootstrap your system for e17 and manages build dependencies. It uses a slightly modified version of jhbuild.
Buffy displays a window with a summary of your mailboxes and lets you open them in your mail program. It is written with the intent of being a handy everyday tool for people working with large volumes of mail. For mutt users, it can be a nice front-end to supplement the simple built-in folder browser when one has many folders to keep track of. It tries hard to work out of the box and looks for mail folders in sensible places and comes with reasonable defaults. It supports mail stored in maildir, mbox, and gzipped mbox format.
Task Layout Optimizer for Blue Gene is a high-performance computing (HPC) Linux service tool for efficient mapping of Message Passing Interface (MPI) tasks to the IBM Blue Gene/L Supercomputer. The algorithms used for mapping are based on the paper Optimizing Task Layout on the Blue Gene/L supercomputer. This paper talks about the extensive amount of data transmitted between processors for producing maps, and the challenge of minimizing the communication time.
The XMMS Picture Viewer Input Plugin adds picture support to XMMS for various image formats. The picture is displayed for a (configurable) time. In conjunction with XMMS playlists, this makes it possible to create slideshows very easily, e.g. opening a directory that contains picture files directly starts the slideshow.
ScriptSite is a multi-browser compatible Perl script that quickly and easily permits you to set up and maintain an extensive and well organized Internet programming/script archive with a minimum of effort on your part. The listed resources can either be stored on your server (archive) or linked from the author's Web site (directory). ScriptSite is flexible, generic, and customizable. Visitors can rate resources, write and submit their own resource reviews, report dead links, participate in polls, contribute articles to the weekly newsletter, and much more.
Sticker is a system call spy API which runs in user mode. It is a user-friendly, object-oriented wrapper around the ptrace API. Using Sticker, an end user can utilize the benefits of ptrace without knowing the details of the ptrace API. The objective is to produce an API (libSticker) that can help in speedy development of applications that work like debuggers, code injectors, and system call spies.
The Magnification Composite Manager (MCM) is a screen magnifier that enlarges all or a portion of the screen for visually-impaired users of the Gnome desktop. The magnifier manages off-screen copies of all the windows on the desktop; it zooms them and places them back on top of the desktop screen. It is a composite manager because it uses the new Composite extension of the X Window System display.
The NAT selection patch for the Linux kernel allows you to select between Endpoint Independent, Endpoint Dependent, Endpoint & Port Dependent, and Port Dependent NAT. Or in RFC 3489 (STUN) terminology: full cone NAT, restricted cone NAT, port restricted cone NAT, or symmetric NAT. (Full cone NAT is not implemented, but it could eventually be achieved using port forwarding either to a specific port or to a full host). For symmetric NAT, it adds also a random new port allocation.