The 64 Studio Platform Development Kit (PDK) is a version control system for GNU/Linux distributions, allowing the creation and management of many different projects, based on Debian and Ubuntu sources. PDK is written in Python, and the source code is well commented and contains documented examples.
The Ad hoc Protocol Evaluation testbed is a small Linux distribution intended for the analysis of ad hoc networking environments. It is self-contained and pre-configured, and contains tools for data gathering at both the IP and ethernet level. It also has a scenario scripting system, which enables APE test runs to use movement choreography, with instructions to participants.
Alpaca is a multitasking operating system for Z-80 based arcade hardware. It has been designed to run on both Pac-Man and Pengo based arcade machines, but can easily be ported to other machines with similar architectures. It supports four concurrently running processes, task switching, simple inter-process messaging, semaphores, and a basic window-based graphical interface.
Bastard is virtual server oriented patchset, containing essential elements for building virtual server container machines. It includes a CTX-VS patch, squashfs for creating a small template server, lufs and bme for easily creating overlayed filesystems on top of the template, and honeynet- inspired extensions to enhance monitoring of hosted servers. It also includes VPN extensions like OpenSWAN, MPPE, and CIPE to enable direct access to hosted virtual servers in situations where IPs are scarce.
Beowulf includes an enhanced Linux kernel, libraries, and utilities specifically designed for clustering. Beowulf provides a single system image through BProc, the Beowulf cluster process management kernel enhancement. BProc makes the processes running on cluster "Computation Node" computers visible and manageable on a front-end "Master Node". Processes start on the front-end node and migrate to a cluster node. Process parent-child relationships and UNIX job control are maintained with migrated tasks. Cluster slave nodes are not required to contain resident applications. Their hard disks are used for application data and cache. This approach eliminates version skew common with previous generation clusters.
Brighton Chilli is an effort to promote the BSD's in the Wifi field by providing a flash image and bootable ISO with Chillispot for easy rollout of managed Wifi hotspots. Initial releases will be based on FreeBSD, with the aim of covering Open and NetBSD later. The image contains software under various licenses.