FrobTADS is a complete rewrite of the Unix console-version of TADS ("Text Adventure Development System"). It uses curses (or ncurses) and provides an interpreter to play games developed with TADS as well as the TADS 2 and 3 development tools. It adds support for a number of relatively recent user interface features including full support for text and background colors, TADS 3 banner windows, and timed input. It's also much more portable and more easily maintainable, as it's built to modern Unix standards.
LuaRocks is a deployment and management system for modules in the Lua programming language. It aims to provide facilities for Lua such as those from module systems of other scripting languages, such as Ruby's RubyGems or Perl's CPAN. LuaRocks allows Lua modules to be installed as self-contained packages called "rocks", which also contain version and dependency information.
Spice+ is a general-purpose circuit simulation program based directly on Spice3f5. Its main purpose is to allow university students and other interested people to simulate their circuits without buying expensive simulation programs or being limited by free trial versions of such software. Since source code is available, students or researchers can use it as a basis for new models and algorithms.
DTMF2NUM is a tool for decoding DTMF and MF tones from PCM wave files. It supports any type of wave file, automatic optimizations (DC bias adjust and normalization), and both WAV and raw PCM data. The program has been successfully tested with many audio files, including ones that are highly dirty and damaged (for example, recorded with a microphone in a room or at very low volumes or with some noise).
Shibboleth is a standards-based middleware software package providing Web single-sign-on across or within organizational boundaries. It implements standards such as OASIS' SAML to provide a federated single-sign-on and attribute exchange framework. It also provides extended privacy functionality, allowing the browser user and their home site to control the attributes released to each application.
FIGlet is a program for making large letters out of ordinary text. It prints its input using large characters made up of ordinary screen characters. FIGlet output is generally reminiscent of the sort of "signatures" many people like to put at the end of email and UseNet messages. It is also reminiscent of the output of some banner programs, although it is oriented normally, not sideways.