Skylable SX is a reliable, powerful, fully distributed cluster solution for your data storage needs. It can aggregate the disk space available on multiple servers and merge it into a single storage system. The cluster makes sure that your data is always replicated over multiple nodes (the exact number of copies is defined by the sysadmin) and synchronized. It has built-in support for deduplication, client-side encryption, on-the-fly compression, and much more.
Qmonix is a quantitative software monitoring and analysis SDK. It allows you to build your own analytics infrastructure by monitoring and analyzing events from any platform that supports HTTP, visualize your data in real time in the provided Web interface or query with the HTTP API, embed charts in your Web sites, or export data for further analysis.
Firejail is a SUID sandbox program that reduces the risk of security breaches by restricting the running environment of untrusted applications using Linux namespaces. It currently implements hostname, filesystem, PID, IPC, and networking stack isolation, and it runs on any recent Linux system. It includes a sandbox profile for Mozilla Firefox. Firejail also expands the restricted shell facility found in bash by adding Linux namespace support. It supports sandboxing specific users upon login. The software also includes a small monitoring utility, firemon.
Harris is a strategy game based around the actions of RAF Bomber Command in the Second World War. In Harris, you take on the role of the Commander-in-Chief of Bomber Command, tasked with launching bombing raids against Nazi Germany. It is your responsibility to take the war to the enemy and destroy their capacity and will to wage war.
fxopt is a plugin for GCC that converts floating-point functions to fixed-point arithmetic, primarily for implementation in embedded, real-time systems without floating-point hardware. The conversion is performed in GCC's "middle-end", after the source code has been converted to GCC's intermediate representation but before any target-specific optimizations are done. Several optimization options are available to improve the accuracy of the fixed-point arithmetic, including affine range estimation, rounding, and double-precision multiplications. Fixed-point code produced by fxopt can be significantly more accurate than typical fixed-point implementations with comparable execution time and code size. In many cases the fixed-point code produced by fxopt provides accuracy comparable to single-precision floating-point arithmetic with a factor of 10 faster execution.