LibVNCServer is a library that makes it easy to make a VNC server. All you do is provide a frame buffer and some I/O functions, and call a function each time the frame buffer changes. It supports all encodings known, including tight, zlib, ZRLE, and cursor encodings. It also includes the HTTP server from Xvnc, so you can start a java viewer by surfing to http://my.vnc.server:5801 or similar. It includes a beta version of LibVNCClient, which makes it easy to make a VNC client. Also included is LinuxVNC, which is to the Linux console as WinVNC is to the Windows desktop.
AA-lib is a low level gfx library just as many other libraries are. The main difference is that AA-lib does not require graphics device. In fact, there is no graphical output possible. AA-lib replaces those old-fashioned output methods with a powerful ASCII art renderer. The API is designed to be similar to other graphics libraries.
This software allows you to download the photos made with the Samsung SGH-v200 (and possibly other units) via the serial link cable provided by Samsung. More protocol information is provided in the source file to improve the software to manage call lists, phone books, and other features.
The BlinkenServ (or BlinkServ) is a project aimed at developing software for the Simple Blinkenlights Transport Protocol. It currently provides a graphical server suite that features streaming, file sharing for blm movies, and uploading of love letters and the ability to play them on demand. It includes a stream viewer (compatible with CCC's blccc) as well as a file sharing client that uses the SBTP protocol.