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arfprogrammer`s weblog

arfweb (arfprogramer)

the Persian and english weblog that share programming skills to every one.

the content of this site is released under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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Antenatus

astutia (siviuze)

Le projet Antenatus (pour premier né) est un projet de robotique de longue date dont la principale valeur ajoutée serait dans la programmation associée au robot. Développé par des étudiants, ce projet avance au rythme des études et de la disponibilité de ses protagonistes.

Antenatus est un robot automate qui devra à terme présenter des capacités cognitives évoluées lui permettant une autonomie totale. Le projet se déroule en trois phases: - phase 1: Faire d'Antenatus un drône complètement opérationnel et respectant le cahier des charges des capacités physiques du robot - phase 2: Développement des capacités cognitives apportant l'autonomie totale d'évolution d'Antenatus en milieu controlé - phase 3: Développement des capacités cognitives de gaut-niveau permettant une autonomie la plus poussée possible en milieu ouvert

L'ensemble des documents du projet est publié sous les licences GPLv3 et GFLD pour la documentation.

Site du projet : http://axiomcafe.fr/antenatus

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chwnku libre

chwnku (strysg)

Un sitio con contenido libre y promotor del uso de software libre y cultura libre. Contiene secciones de automatizacion electronica, ecología, software libre, frases célebres y lecturas de interés. Todo el trabajo publicado por nosotros esta bajo una licencia libre como CC o GPL y nos encargamos de promover distros como GNU/Linux Trisquel y poner a dispocision proyectos libres de estos temas.

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Erika Enterprise

erika (erikaadm)

Erika Enterprise is a minimal real-time kernel for single and multicore embedded systems.

Erika Enterprise is a free, open-source implementation of the OSEK/VDX API, implementing conformance classes BCC1, BCC2, ECC1, ECC2, with an OSEK OIL compiler integrated into Eclipse, and OSEK ORTI support for Lauterbach debuggers.

Erika Enterprise makes multi-core application development easy: hiding the complexity of the underlying architectures, Erika Enterprise makes no difference if a code runs on a single or a multi-core platform.

Erika Enterprise is licensed under the GPL with linking exception license (the same license of the classpath project)

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Gene.py

genepy (ygg)

Gene.py is a python application used to automatically generate network code for CAN protocols.

Its input can be an Excel file, a Can-Database (*.DBC), or CSV files.

It mostly targets embedded systems, although a desktop can be used too.

It is published under the RPL v1.5 license.

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Linux on tablets

linuxtablets (eheintzmann)

GNU/Linux on tablets: - List of tablets where GNU/Linux runs - How to install GNU/Linux on tablets

Licence: CC-BY-SA 3.0

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MIDI Footcontroller

midicontrol (difool)

This project focuses on the achievement, both in hardware and software, of a MIDI footcontroller to control MIDI devices, such as a multi-effect processor. The software part is licensed under the GPL license while the hardware part licence is not fixed yet (but will be distributed under a free license).

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Navigation and positioning protocols

npprotocol (fantomid)

Project to hold libraries that decode information coming from navigation and positioning devices (For example, libubx for the u-blox binary protocol). Libraries released in LGPL.

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TASTE toolchain

taste (maxime1008)

The TASTE toolchain stands for "The ASSERT Set of Tools for Engineering" and aims at providing free-based tools for the development of safety-critical systems. It is composed of model analyzers, parsers and other materials needed for the design, validation and implementation of safety-critical and embedded software. Tools are released under free licences (such as GPL or BSD).

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ToasterTech

toastertech (planglois)

This is a personal website and blog about free software and hardware. The purpose is to share both tutorials/articles/hacks as well as personal projects in order to show how easy and fun experimenting with technology can be.

Why "Toaster" ?

- Hacking with a toaster was the very firt idea I had as a kid, since then I've always somehow liked tosaters... - "Toasters" is a familiar word for the "cylons" in Battlestar Galactica TV series. A robot is nothing but a smart toaster.

Licencing information:

- Every projects will be released under GPL or LGPL. - Tutorials, blog posts or any other contents including graphics will be under CC BY-SA.

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