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pyarm

pyarm (gremy)

Pyarm is a physics simulator which provides an anthropomorphic arm model for experiments on human like motor control.

The arm model is described in the following technical report (written in French): http://download.tuxfamily.org/jdhp/pdf/pyarm.pdf .

The PyArm library is provided under the terms and conditions of the MIT License.

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The Libre Cast

thelibrecast (molaei)

LibreCast is a podcast about Free/Libre projects and it will be published under Creative Commons 4.0 BY-SA Licence.

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Armaro

armaro (er24)

Armaro is an open-source project under CC BY-SA 4.0 license. It is a website, and I am going to share my experience about GNU/Linux, Machine Learning and Computer Science in general. Furthermore, I am going to collaborate with one of my friends and produce podcast episodes about GNU/Linux. This website will be the right place to share all these. I should note that I am an Iranian and everything I publish in this project will be in Persian, French or English language, but mostly in Persian. Although Persian is my mother tongue, English and French are the second and the third language I speak respectively.

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PyWI

pywi (gremy)

PyWI is an open source Python image filtering library aimed at removing additive background noise from raster graphics images. PyWI is provided under the MIT license.

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ailib

ailib (gremy)

A Python library for Artificial Intelligence (mostly machine learning and optimization). License: MIT.

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Venus Engine

venusengine (mattsay)

Venus Engine is an open-source(GNU GPL) game engine built in c++ using OpenGL libraries. In this site there will be three sections: - Home, a short description of the project - Download, where the game engine libraries can be downloaded - About, The team that created the game engine and a mention of the Tuxfamily :)

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Haxe platform utilities and libraries

haxe (frankendres)

This project gathers the different utilities and libraries I developed for the Haxe ecosystem. All these programs are released under a CeCILL licence.

Haxe is an open source toolkit based on a modern, high level, strictly typed programming language, a cross-compiler, a complete cross-platform standard library and ways to access each platform's native capabilities.

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cerium project

cerium (bauripalash)

Project Cerium is a Open Source (Licensed Under MIT) Security Framework, Providing Security To All The People Who Has No idea how to be secure on internet. Project Neutron Provides Free Security to everybody. It's a security suite including AV , Firewall, Proxy and Much More.

Our Base Project Which Inspired this project can be found at GitHub, https://github.com/xedtech/neu.py

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Geek's Memo

geeksmemo (tsgeek)

Geek's Memo is the blog of TheSuperGeek. The author writes about his experience in contributing to some foss projects, his experiments in computing and his discover in programming. He will share his passion for foss devlopement, learning new things and write tutorials about what he succeed to do and have no explanations today. Some author's projects he developed are presented here and explained.

All the content of this blog are available under the CC-BY-SA license. All source code and binaries hosted here will be on GLPv3.

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TapTempo

taptempo (mzf)

TapTempo is a command line tap tempo. Just type "taptempo" in a terminal and hit the enter key at a regular rate to get the corresponding tempo in BPM (beats per minute).

This project is released under GPL-v3.

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