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Stunt Rally

stuntrally (cryham)

The game focuses on closed rally tracks with possible stunt elements (jumps, loops, pipes) and comes with a track editor. It features more than 150 tracks (with various difficulty) in over 30 sceneries, many cars and few other vehicles. Few game modes are present including challenges and networked multiplayer.

Based on VDrift simulation and using OGRE for rendering. License: GPL v3.

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vtCMS

vtcms (hyperclock)

I started a project named the VoyaTrax CMS Project in 2014. The output of that is vtCMS, a modded version of XOOPS 2.0.18.2 (we were planning a 2.5.7.1 version, see the website as to why NOT) with some improvement that never found it's way there. I've added a Terms, Privacy Ploicy, Imprint, Disclaimer and an About Us page. All hardcoded into the system along with backend administration, including an editor.

Other enhancement include UTF-8 as well as modules that are needed in every CMS, such as a contact module, security module, a language module for multilingual content. Another enhancement is an Cookie announcement - compliant with the European Cookie Law.

Many more enhancements are in planning as well as getting some general purpose modules upto date. Themeing is also a place where lot's of enhancemet need to take place.

Of course I'm sticking to the GPL, the original core is GPLv2 but I'm uping that to GPLv3.

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Xinutop dedicated marine navigation OS

xinutop (marinux)

Xinutop-nav is a Linux portable marine OS, including a lightweight base applications from Xfce family, and provide, with less of 400Mo, essential marine applications such as:

- Fldigi: reception and display radio weather-fax and NAVTEX, via the sound card. - OpenCPN: chartplotter, tides, AIS, grib files, GPS interface and others navigation datas (dashboard). - Polarcom: virtual instrumentation, from NMEA datas. - XTide: tides with numerical and graphical display, worldwide coverage. - Zygrib: download and display weather grib files. - Muplex: NMEA multiplexer. - OSD Depth: display water depth with big digits above any application (aka "on top").

Xinutop is made with a special care of lightness, simplicity, efficacy, reliability and can operate from multiple datas supports (HDD, SSD, USB, Flash) on a great variety of i386 compatible computers, specially with low power processors, or those unfairly considered as obsolete, poorly supporting the growing greed of currents OS, less and less compatible with embedded hardware. Xinutop can run as a portable operating system on removable device, but also as a main operating system on hard drive (same install). The memory usage after startup is about 100MB. To make Xinutop unbreakable (may I say "unbrickable" or almost ?), the necessary sytem files and directories are locked and can't be deleted or modified by a normal way (even in root mode).

Xinutop is assembled with Ubuntu 12.04 packages (Precise), including the scripts "lrd" by Gauvain Pocentek and provide:

- A robust architecture (main file system in squashfs, no write access). - A persistent mode that allows to keep the datas and system changes in user layer (as Linux-Android system). - A restore mode, allowing to findnize exactly the original system (simply by deleting the user layer). - A "home-save" function, to automatically save and move user home datas during a restoration. - A ramdisk mode, which boost time access, running Xinutop from a virtual harddisk emulated in memory. - The full compatibility with applications of the Ubuntu distribution.

Xinutop is under GPL V3, then you are free to use, distribute and modify it, but at your own risk and under your own responsability !

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