ZXTune is a set of portable cross-platform applications (GUI/CLI) intended to play chiptunes originally created for ZX Spectrum. It features advanced ripping possibilities that let you search for music in big data sets. Supported playback formats include AY, AS0/ASC, FTC, GTR, PSC, PSG, PSM, PT1, PT2, PT3, SQT, ST1, ST3, STC, STP, TXT, TurboSound, VTX, YM, CHI, DMM, DST, PDT, SQD, STR, TF0/TFE, TFC, TFD, and COP. Supported compressed formats include CHARPRES, CC3, CC4, CC4PLUS, DSQ, ESV, GAM, GAMPLUS, HRUM, HRUST1, HRUST2, LZH1, LZH2, LZS, MSP, PACK2, PCD61, PCD62, TLZ, TLZP, TRUSH. Supported archived/container formats include FDI, HOBETA, HRIP, LHA, RAW, SCL, TD0, TRD, ZXZIP, ZIP, RAR, SNA128, and Z80.
FMRD-Desktop is a GUI application that facilitates data entry into the Football Match Result Database (FMRD). The FMRD maintains match result data in order to support football (soccer) analytics research and development. These data include high-level match data (competitions, venues, and teams), personnel data (players, managers, and central referees), match lineups, and match events (goals, penalties, disciplinary incidents, substitutions).
libsockmux-glib is an implementation of the sockmux protocol, using GIO data types and using glib functions internally. The interface offered to applications is very simple and straightforward. sockmux specifies a simple way for muxing messages and data streams onto a single socket for network and local communication streams.
Game Controller Hack (GCH) allows you to use a game controller (like a game pad or joystick) with games which do not support them. It achieves this by mapping the directional input (like analogue joysticks and directional pads) and button presses to mouse and keyboard events. This allows all types of games to be played, from first person shooters to simple 2D flash games.
OpenNIC Wizard simplifies the process of switching over to using the OpenNIC DNS (Domain Name System) resolver pool in order to gain access to OpenNIC domains (.geek, .oss, .free, etc.) as well as continuing to be able to resolve legacy ICANN domains (.com, .org, .net, etc.). Using OpenNIC Wizard means you can switch over to OpenNIC without knowing anything about DNS or about configuring custom DNS settings.