Maximus is a module manager for BlitzMax. Maximus is made out of two parts. The first is a Web application that provides a place to host BlitzMax modules. A Web site made with this application is responsible for supplying module packages to the Maximus client. The client is used to install and manage installed modules on your computer.
db-ris is an interface to the DeutscheBahn arrival/departure monitor available at http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/bhftafel.exe/dn. It takes a station name (and optional date and time) and reports all arrivals or departures at that station. This distribution ships the CLI application db-ris and the Perl library Travel::Status::DE::DeutscheBahn.
nnmon is a central database and a Web interface for the nmon program's data. It allows you to store and view nmon data instantly. nnmon_sender.pl is a pure Perl script. It runs the external nmon program and opens its output file for reading. Every line read from the file is sent to the nnmon_server.py program via TCP/IP socket. nnmon_server.py reads incoming data, parses it, and inserts the result to the database. nnmonweb is a PHP script that lets you view monitored systems in a tree. If there is data for a system for the last 12 hours, it will show a chart on the right hand side. The database and server components have been tested on RHEL 5.5. The client parts have also been tested on AIX 6.1 and RHEL 5.5.
Construder is a 3D game featuring a dynamic infinite world of cubes to explore and change. In an artificial infinite structure, the player has to gather resources for construction purposes and for basic survival. Its 3D engine and basic game play are inspired by Minecraft and Infiniminer. The goal is to get 10,000,000 score points and get the "Construder" rank. Dangers the player might run into are starvation, as all actions require biological energy, and the randomly appearing robot drones that teleport the player far away. The game is feature complete and ready to play.
Tivima (Tiny Virtual Manager) is a simple Web administration tool for managing virtual machine hosts running KVM. It is not meant to manage large cloud farms or huge datacenters with thousands of servers, but is for small to mid-range organizations that wish to manage their libvirt/KVM hosts centrally from a Web browser. Tivima aims to be distribution independent.