Superversion is a multi-user distributed version control system based on change sets. A major focus in its development is efficiency and ease-of-use. Features include a graphical user interface, branches, conflict detection and resolution, a history tree view, export and report functions, CVS-compatible keyword substitution, overridable file type autodetection and a transactional internal database.
New Internet is an all-purpose resilient serverless network system that overcomes the distinction between "server" and "client" and extends the idea of peer-to-peer networking to any kind of application or service. It implements a growing set of protocols and could be used for direct file transfer or as a serverless mail network.
Multi-Sandbox Lua Engine (MSLE) is a modified Lua interpreter which supports creation and maintenance of multiple "100% tight" sandboxes from within Lua. "100% tight" means that the amount of memory used by a sandbox (counting both code and data) is strictly limited, a feature Lua did not offer before.
iCan is an intelligent, community-driven command line that helps you to automate any kind of task arising in your daily Linux use. It is extensible through simple Lua modules, which run in a sandbox environment. It is designed to learn what you do and make things easier for you, every time you do something.
Flora is a minimalistic but very powerful NoSQL database. It is easy to understand with data readable by both humans and machines, schemaless, Lua-scriptable, remotely accessible through TCP, and portable. It is especially suited for A. I. tasks, and a longer-term goal is support for "natural language" queries.
Thank you ederluisjorge! Did I not supply the source code? Hmm... yeah, maybe for the Java part I didn't. Sorry about it :) It will all come.
Also, this year is the Year of TinyBrain!! Much progress to come this year. :)
One afterthought to the praising comment above:
I am, however, still puzzled by how resistant the FM team seems to be towards user input. Do you not care? Do you consider yourself distinct from the user base? In that case, it seems certain that eventually that user base will break away.
Because users, all over the world, are moving away from being ruled by external forces - and towards ruling themselves. It's a new era, and it's beginning just now.