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- ArcheryClock is a countdown timer used for Archery matches. It covers multiple disciplines. The program shows:
-How much time is left for the archer to shoot his arrows.
-It shows on the screen which turn (A-B-C-D) is ongoing.
-And a sound is generated to indicate start or end of shooting.
Via a hardware interface, for example arduino, it is possible to connect via USB/serial:
Traffic lights. -Buzzer. -Lights to indicate if it's the turn for Archer A, B, C or D. -digits of the timer -etc
- Bygfoot Football Manager
- Bygfoot Football Manager is a small and simple graphical football (a.k.a. soccer) manager game featuring many international leagues and cups. You manage a team from one such league: you form the team, buy and sell players, get promoted or relegated and of course try to be successful. You can customise Bygfoot by writing your own country definitions file or by creating your own team definitions files.
- A complete system for measurement, management and statistics of sport short-time tests. Chronojump is used by trainers, teachers and students.
- Cricket Scoreboard
- Cricket scoreboard for GNU/Linux displays almost real-time scores of a cricket match. It stays in the corner of your screen while you do other work. It picks up its data from www.rediff.com (http://www.rediff.com/cricket/score.htm). The scores are refreshed after 60 seconds; this can be forced by right-clicking on the window and selecting "Refresh!".
- KLIMB (Keith's DeLuxe Interactive Map Builder) lets you to plan bike routes interactively on topographical maps of the San Francisco Bay Area. Clicking on nodes marking key intersections or on the links between the nodes builds a route; as the route is built, KLIMB tells you the total distance and climbing. At any time, you can get a distance and altitude profile of the route or a detailed description of the route. You can think of KLIMB as an interactive implementation of Bill Bushnell's excellent San Francisco Bay Area Altitude/Distance Biking Graph displayed on top of USGS topographic maps.
- Kricket Scoreboard
- KricketScoreboard keeps scores of cricket matches. It also lets you to analyze the innings, batsmen and bowlers. For each ball delivered, the scorekeeper must mark in about 4 places in a specially designed scorebook. Done manually, this can lead to errors and incorrect scores. With KricketScoreboard, recording a delivery is as it is as simple as pressing one button; plus, it records more information that can be recorded in a cricket score book.
- 'libtour' is a generic tournament processing library. The rules, participants, schedule, and results of a sporting tournament are defined in Scheme programming language and given to the library as input. Since 'libtour' only knows the structure of an event as it is roughly , it can therefore interpret any sporting tournament that conforms to the structure. A CLI application is provided as a reference client implementation. See http://freshmeat.net/projects/qtour/ for a Qt-based client.
- 'myleague' is a simple console tool for maintaining soccer league data. Scorer list, league table, match list, and round report are all included. The program needs neither spreadsheets nor a database.
- SportsTracker is an application for recording sporting activities. It is not bound to a specific kind of sport, as categories can be created for all sport types that are endurance related, such as cycling or running. The main advantages are a good overview of the exercises and easy creation of statistics for specific time ranges and sport types. Users of heart rate monitors can organize the recorded data by attaching them to the exercise entries.
- Stoned is a simple but fully functional curling simulation. It features 3D graphics, network play, and funky sound. The simulation supports two players with eight stones each, ten regular ends (plus unlimited extra ends if needed), automatic score tracking, turning of the stones, and sweeping.
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