Josh's Website Framework is a CMS framework for PHP Web developers. It consists of various subcomponents you can extract and use individually. SaxInterface provides an OO wrapper for SAX XML parsing. The Auth Engine provides both level-based permissions (e.g., must be level 100 to access this page) and name-based permissions (e.g., must be in "editor" group to access this page). Utilities include Mutex and SharedData classes (for interprocess communication), site-wide custom error handling, and the ability to take a site offline for maintenance.
Buster is a Model-View-Controller framework for PHP5 based systems. It features a fully object oriented style, configuration management, session management, logging support, a dispatcher and a controller, fundamental DAO objects, a database-based SecurityManager, a Smarty-based ViewController, and a Smarty extension for multilanguage support.
Thick Fighter is a game in which you play a small creature which moves in an environment of solid matter, ladders, and ropes. There are two different kinds of matter. One can be destroyed by explosions (caused by bombs and missiles) and the other is indestructible. There's also explosive matter, which will blow up when hit by a bomb or a missile. What each kind looks like depends on the look of the scene and can be discovered through experimentation.
QStick is a program which uses the XTest extension in XFree86 to send keyboard messages to an X server from a Linux-supported joystick. The program consists of the KBStick executable which reads joystick input and dispatches keypress messages to X, and the QStick shell script which configures environment varibles read by the executable to assign X KeyCodes to the joystick directions & button presses.