- An IDE for the Arduino microcontroller. Arduino is a free software electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. This IDE allows for program writing, code verfication, compiling, and uploading to the Arduino development board. Libraries and example code will also be installed.
- Aualé is a graphical user interface for the popular Oware Abapa board game. It may be used to analyze, record and share your own mancala games or to play against the computer.
This interface communicates with an oware engine through an adapted version of the Universal Chess Interface protocol, which makes it suitable for use with multiple mancala playing programs. Although, currently only the Aalina game engine supports this protocol.
Some of its main features include:
- Play against the computer or watch how it plays.
- Easily configurable computer strength.
- Annotate your matches with an easy to use interface.
- Save your games using a portable format which resembles that of the popular Portable Game Notation format.
- Bisq is a free and open-source application that uses p2p to decentralize itself. Its purpose is to make a user be able to buy and sell cryptocurrencies and exchange them for fiat currency.
- Modified from README.md: Blindsend is a free software tool for private, end-to-end encrypted file exchange between two agents. Current use case requires a requesting party (file Receiver) to initiate the file exchange by generating a link via blindsend and transmiting that link to the file Sender; after the Sender uploads the file to blindsend, the Receiver is able to use the same link to download the file. When exchanging files via blindsend, encryption and decryption always take place on Sender's/Receiver's local machines.
- BlockSignal is a secure instant messaging application based on Signal Android. Moreover, it uses a blockchain-based PKI system, Blockstack, to verify the identities of users so as to prevent Man-in-the-Middle attacks instead of Signal's authentication ceremony feature. Therefore, its security level depends on user awareness less.
- The framework allows Java objects to communicate transparently with each other over the network, without absolutely zero source impact. It similarly allows the transparent distribution of remote graphical user interfaces.
- This project handles the scheduling of classes for a college student. Unless overridden by the user, this program provides usable schedules and avoids schedule conflicts and closed sections. The user chooses the session (semester or quarter) and the courses, and blocks out any personal time needed for jobs, child care, sleeping, eating, etc. Access to schools' schedules is via plugins that any Java programmer can write. Some plugins are provided, including one that can use comma separated values suitable for any college or university, and including one for demonstration purposes. Plugins can access a school's web-based schedule of classes, but require maintenance because the web pages change. It is hoped that the open source nature of this software will lead to wider authoring and maintenance of plugins. Some users have commented that this program provides "prettier" printed schedules than their school's own web page can provide.
- GNU Classpath (Essential Libraries for Java) is a project to create free core class libraries for use with virtual machines, compilers and tools for the Java programming language. It includes all native methods and core classes necessary for a completely functional Java runtime.s
- The GNU Classpath Extensions project, aka classpathx builds packages in the javax namespace. It is a companion project of the GNU Classpath project. Packages currently under development include javabeans activation framework, javabean infobus, java mail, GNU inetlib and a servlet API.
- Cobertura is a Java tool that calculates the percentage of code accessed by tests. It can be used to identify which parts of your Java program are lacking test coverage. It is based on jcoverage.
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