mi is a Linux command line utility that can identify potential deadlocks in multi-threaded applications. It can also collect statistics such as number of successful and failed mutex operations, time spent acquiring mutex locks, etc. It can also show call stacks for all mutex operations. It is able to identify the following conditions: the order of locking two mutexes in one thread is opposite to the order of locking the same mutexes in another thread; unlocking a mutex that was not locked earlier; a mutex is left locked after an application has finished; the order of unlocking mutexes does not correspond to the reverse order of locking these mutexes; and unlocking a mutex that was locked earlier in another thread.
Stigma is a client for connecting to Omegle. It currently supports all of the non-video Web interface. Future releases will also have support for built-in translation, so non-English speakers can connect to the main Omegle site. There are no plans yet to get more than just the text version, but most of the text-chat functionality is usable and stable already.
advent4 is a port of the original Colossal Cave text adventure to Unix. It should work without any change on HP-UX, Sun Solaris, *BSD, and GNU/Linux systems. The actual license of this program is unknown, although most people agree that it is likely to be considered to be under the public domain.
GridPort is a simple and robust open standard for portlets based on HTTP. It aims to be a simple, scalable distributed composition independent of implementation technology. Transparent collaboration and an SOA paradigm from both interface and data perspectives are encouraged. Component types include portal, proxy for asynchronous multi-casting, and portlets. The purpose of this project is to develop mainly the specification alongside a prototype to enable development of these components in any programming environment and operating platform, which is why its central protocol is HTTP 1.1.