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Bouncy Balls

bouncyballs (erdnaxeli)

Bouncy Balls est un jeu de simulation physique développé en C++ et distribué sous la licence GPLv3. Le projet concerne son développement.

Il s'agit de placer des générateurs de balles (qui tombent suite à la gravité) et de placer ensuite des barres en travers du chemin de ces balles afin de les faire rebondir. De plus, un son est émis lors d'une collision, plus ou moins aigu selon la vitesse de la balle. On peut donc se servir de ce petit jeu pour créer des animations audio-visuelles, ou se contenter de créer des circuits complexes.

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Caneda

caneda (pablopareja)

Caneda (Circuits and Networks EDA) is an open source EDA software focused on easy of use and portability. It is currently under heavy development. While in the short term schematic capture and simulation is the primary goal, in the long term future, PCB and layout edition will be covered.

It is released under the GNU General Public License version 2 (GPL2).

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CBDraw

cbdraw (bucher567)

CBDraw is an interactive drawing software with LaTeX integration for text/formulas. Drawings can be exported to PDF format. The software is written in C++, and uses Qt5, wxWidgets 2.9, wxpdfdoc 0.9.4, and lua 5.2. Binary builds have been verified on OSX, Ubuntu, Win7+8.1 (cross-compiled through MingW on OSX).

License: BSD

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CreaCassonne

creacassonne (vaandefanel)

Version informatisée et libre du jeu de société Carcassonne. Développé en c++ sous Eclipse (CDT) et basé sur la SDL. Distribution sous licence CeCILL dans sa version 2.

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Critters

critters (jkroll)

Critters will be a 2D two-player networked realtime strategy game. Players create little critters (NPCs) with certain parameters and features. Critters try to defeat the other player's NPCs, reach the other player's base, and collect goodies, guided by an AI. The player who has no money and critters left loses. Critters is developed in C++ under Linux using OpenGL and SDL. It will be released under the revised BSD license.

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Crystal Hammer's Website

crystal (cryham)

A personal website of Crystal Hammer. An open source developer. Showing mainly his projects. Licensed CC-BY-SA 3.0.

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DC4Lan

dc4lan (klondike)

The DC4Lan project aims towards providing a set of free as in freedom Direct Connect clients tuned for use at lan parties and in a similar way a free as in freedom Direct Connect hub that can be used at these kind of events too.

We base our work on EiskaltDC (sources at: https://github.com/eiskaltdcpp/eiskaltdcpp ) and Air DC (sources at: https://github.com/airdcpp/airgit/tree/master/ ) both are GPL programs based on DC++ (which was the first GPL DC client).

The configurations we provide are released as CC0 (so anybody can modify them as they see fit) or if that's not possible the most similar license possible.

Also the small linux configuration installer and the release generator is licensed under GPLv3 or later.

Finally, our documentation is licensed under a CC-BY-SA license.

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dzDiga blog

dzdiga (abougouffa)

dzDiga is an Arabic language technical blog, it contains articles about free and open source softwares (like GIMP, Inkscape, FreeCAD, LibreCAD...), programming languages (Python, Scilab, Web technologies...), libraries (like GTK, Flask...)

All the content of this blog will be released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike CC-BY-SA License

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eBeam pointing devices linux kernel driver and calibration tools

ebeam (yannc)

Driver : ebeam Bridge the usb device to the input subsystem, creating a generic event device exposed to user space. Xorg's evdev input driver automaticaly use it like a tablet. The module is licensed under the GNU GPL v2.

User space : ebeam_tools - ebeam_calibrator : graphical calibration tool. - ebeam_state : command-line utility to save and restore calibration data. The tools are licensed under the GNU GPL v3.

Currently (tested) devices : - Luidia eBeam Classic Projection and eBeam Edge Projection - Nec NP01Wi1 & NP01Wi2 interactive solution

Supposed working devices, need test, may lack functionnality : - Luidia eBeam Edge Whiteboard and eBeam Engage - Hitachi Starboard FX-63, FX-77, FX-82, FX-77GII

There's other re-branded hardware in the wild : everything mentionning "eBeam" and/or based on ultrasound+IR stylus and receiver might be worth testing.

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edyuk

edyuk (fmc)

Edyuk is free, GPL'ed, fully-featured an highly flexible Integrated Developpment Environment written in C++ using the Qt 4 toolkit. It's primary goal is to provide an easy to use and complete developpment platform for C++ developpment, particularly in combination with the Qt 4 toolkit. However, thanks to its plugin-oriented architecture and its dynamic perspective-based GUI, it can easily be extended to support other programming languages, build systems, debuggers, GUI toolkits, ...

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