Blink is a small public-access blog engine. It supports running multiple blogs. It displays a main page and links for accessing older posts. It allows a reader to search for posts. Each blog can be oldest post first or newest post first. Any blog can be set to take public posts or allow comments. Admin functions include archiving all blogs and the viewing and deleting of new posts and comments. Posts can also utilize a semiotic bolding of definitions and automatic linking to all definitions. All functionality is in one CGI file under 10 kb.
The goal of Cheix USB is a Linux image executing from a USB storage device into a running OS, either Linux or Windows, so that the host machine does not have to support booting from the USB device. The root filesystem and boot partitions are read-only to preserve the USB device. All writes are done in a tmpfs. The only writes to the USB storage device are those explicitly made by the user. Cheix's ISO can currently be used to create either a bootable USB or a hard-drive installation.
Essence is a compact console editor. It is a fork of Ersatz Emacs, the smallest of the microEmacs forks. It carries on the Ersatz author's pursuit of minimalism by accepting all code submissions which either shrink the binary without loss of functionality or add features without increasing the size of the binary. Periodic calls for new features without size limitation are made to keep the project alive.
Exchanges is a Bash CGI script for collaborative creation of manuscripts. It allows new entries to be injected between existing entries. Owners of entries may edit or delete them. Anyone may comment on them. By default, one views the entire document. Exchanges are directory-based, with a single CGI handling multiple writing projects.
Mo Da Browser aims to be a stable, small, usable browser for Android. It will be a core browser of at most half a dozen Java files for anyone to build up from and add their own value. Developers can then sell their app with its added value into the marketplace. The main goal is to rework how things are done in browsing (how to go forward and back, how to control the browser, and how to record and share where you've been).
Pride combines bash scripts, zenity, and the Android tools to create a fast and simple POSIX alternative to Eclipse for Android development. For ease of use, it comes with a menu.xml for use with the medit editor, but it can be used from the command line or with any editor that makes exec calls, such as Emacs or Vim.
Rho is a small, very powerful console-based POSIX text editor and mini-IDE with Bash/Emacs key bindings. A configuration file allows the user to create macros using not only any internal function but anything available to a shell command. Keyboard macros (Ctl-Alt-A through Z) can be sourced into the editor for each kind of task, the next sourcing overwriting the last. Rho also allows an unlimited number of templates (sh, awk, python, etc.) to be injected into executable buffers which trap stdout and stderr.