silverflux is a game management system for the GNU/Linux operating system. silverflux automagically installs, downloads patches, and configures games without any required user intervention. It is a truly simplified game management system. The intended audience is those who are used to Windows-stlye simplified game installation and anyone who has ever been frustrated with the state of gaming adoption on the GNU/Linux platform. The goal of this project is to provide the glue that will allow those "stuck" on Windows gaming to convert.
Larbin is a Web crawler intended to fetch a large number of Web pages to fill the database of a search engine. With a network fast enough, it should be able to fetch more than 100 millions pages on a standard PC. This set of PHP and Perl scripts, called webtools4larbin, can handle the output of Larbin.
SrcControl is a new form of package management system. It doesn't have a centralized package repository and packages don't have the actual data for the program it installs. What a package, or "source package", contains is information required to locate and properly download, extract, configure, compile, and install the newest version from the Internet. The whole point is to create an 'add-on' package management system supported by any Linux/Unix distribution. Programs that aren't supplied by a distribution can be easily installed without users having to figure out how to compile the program on their own.