Inq is a scripting language for client/server systems. The server provides transaction, persistence, concurrency, and events support. The client is presently desktop only, though Web clients are planned. Inq uses a generic node structure throughout and reification techniques to obviate boilerplate code, especially in the areas of persistence and MVC.
jIRCii is a cross platform Internet Relay Chat client. It is fully scriptable using a Perl-like language called sleep. The focus is to provide a console client experience with the advantages of a solid GUI. It includes DCC/CTCP support, the ability to connect to SSL servers, and over 65 built-in commands.
Kobold's Quest 1 is a heroic fantasy RPG-Adventure game. The purpose is to play a kobold apprentice magician who learns the way of the wizard on the way through dungeons and so on. The first encounter is in the South Gnarborean woods dungeon with a red dracolich mage. You can cast spells from his spellbook if you defeat him. Furthermore, there is a water dungeon to the far east wherein an assassin mage is said to dwell. Then there are the Nut People who congregate in their little village. Their head magician also has spells for you if you can find him somewhere in the north. The Celestian lords and ladies are said to dabble in the affairs of wizards. A rogue leads you on to their encounter.
PDF::API2 is 'The Next Generation' of Text::PDF::API, a Perl module-chain that facilitates the creation and modification of PDF files. It features support for the 14 base PDF Core Fonts, TrueType fonts, and Adobe-Type1, with unicode mappings, embedding of bitmap images, compression via zlib, and a rich object-oriented API.
Uldramar is a fantasy RPG and adventure game. You can cast spells like the mushroom morph spell and pick up objects for later use. The story is about a plane called Uldramar where there is a quest or two waiting for you. The game was influenced by the Ultima series and the Legend of Zelda.
File-Find-Object-Rule is a port of File-Find-Rule to make it use File-Find-Object instead of File::Find. It provides a succinct, declarative syntax for creating directory tree traversal routines while enjoying the advantages of File-Find-Object, such as traversing the tree incrementally and iteratively, and the capability of instantiating several traversers in the same program.