OpenICT HF Teletype Firmware is the software that drives the digital shortwave radio teletype device developed by the OpenICT Foundation. This software can encode and decode messages in the Hellschreiber format, allowing for ease of use and minimum complexity of the radio hardware.
Ironclad: Steam Legions is a steampunk strategy game with an AI opponent. It lets you pit your strategic skills with battle tanks, infantry, artillery, and warships against a fast thinking enemy in a hex-based battle arena. It is still under development in the alpha phase. However, the game is fully playable, with a complete set of tutorial levels to master, with sound effects.
BazooTFTP is a multi-threaded pipelined TFTP host with several unique features that distinguish it from other available TFTP hosts. BazooTFTP is designed to overcome the biggest drawbacks of the TFTP protocol, which are its ping-pong nature and fixed 512-byte block-sizes. BazooTFTP solves these problems by adding pipelining and configurable block-sizes. BazooTFTP is also a multithreaded TFTP host, which allows it to respond several requests concurrently. BazooTFTP also allows you to configure almost all parameters involved in a TFTP file transmission. By using BazooTFTP, you can configure these parameters depending on your own network to reach maximum performance. Beside all these unique features, BazooTFTP keeps compatibility with other standard TFTP hosts.
KnLiveCommentary is a realtime video comment streamer. It allows the task of adding comments and showing comments while playing a video stream in realtime. Video data and comments are fetched from a server and comments are displayed as scrolling top or bottom captions as the video advances. KnLiveCommentary also allows an authentication method and provides functions for filtering live comments. This is a project inspired by the video player at nicovideo.jp.
Xtract is an extendable, scriptable data extraction framework. It is meant to be a unified framework to perform data extraction tasks. It includes a sample module to identify JPEG files. A common, shared framework similar to this makes it possible to develop an easily deployable and commonly held set of data extraction tools that exceed the capability of any closed-source alternative. The script-based nature of Xtract makes it portable across architectures, and its modular design allows the easy addition of capabilities to identify new types of files or other data.