Babel, a routing protocol designed for ad-hoc mobile networks but also suitable for wired networks.
BabelWeb 2, monitoring software for Babel networks.
As of this writing, Network Unix has been running on a full time basis for about four weeks. During that period, there were between three and four crashes a day. — RFC 681, 14 May 1975.
Homenet and shncpd, an implementation of the Home Network Configuration Protocol.
AHCP, the Ad-Hoc Configuration Protocol, a protocol designed to replace Router Discovery and DHCPv6 on ad-hoc networks. Deprecated in favour of HNCP.
BitTorrent and DHT work.
Hekate, a BitTorrent seeder written in CPC.
If POSIX threads are a good thing, perhaps I don’t want to know what they’re better than. — Rob Pike.
CPC, a concurrent dialect of C. No longer maintained.
Cedilla, a best-effort text printer.
Polipo, a caching web proxy.
CL-Yacc, a LALR(1) parser generator for Common Lisp.
vc-darcs.el. You can install this in
your Emacs by calling
package-install-file on the
or by getting it from MELPA.
We build our computer (systems) the way we build our cities: over time, without a plan, on top of ruins — Ellen Ullman
Stochastic Fair Blue for the Linux kernel, an implementation of an active queue management algorithm. Merged into the Linux mainline.
The XFree86 FreeType module (formerly xfsft). Merged into XFree86 and hence X.Org.
Luit, locale and ISO 2022 support for Unicode terminals. Merged into XFree86 and hence into X.Org and Apple's version of X11.
Pluto, a paranormal Unicode converter. Legacy support for Unicode terminals based on metaphysical principles. Hopefully obsolete.
Juppix, un LiveCD GNU/Linux basé sur Knoppix prévu pour les étudiants de premier cycle d'Informatique à l'Université de Paris 7 (avec Sylvain Lebresne).
Ogonkify. Hopefully obsolete.
A DPS extension for XFree86. Obsolete.
Precise language is not the problem. Clear language is the problem — Richard Feynman
Information about the UTF8_STRING atom.
The circumstance which gives authors an advantage above all great artists is that they can [...] make copies of their works to what number they please, which shall be as valuable as the originals themselves. — Joseph Addison, 1660
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