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Launchpad - An open-source game launcher for your games

  •    CSS

An open-source launcher for your games. Launchpad was originally made for Unreal Engine 4, but supports arbitrary software and games. Note for users installing on Unix - you may need to install some additional libraries for Launchpad to run. Simply run /Scripts/launchpad-dependencies.sh if your system is Debian or Debian-based, and it'll install them for you.

lapse-plus - LAPSE+ is a security scanner, based on the white box analysis of code for detecting vulnerabilities in Java EE Applications

  •    Java

LAPSE+ is a security scanner, based on the white box analysis of code for detecting vulnerabilities in Java EE Applications.

nitrokey-storage-firmware - Firmware for the Nitrokey Storage device

  •    C

Note: To connect an external debugger as described here, you will need a development version of the Nitrokey Storage that makes the JTAG pins available (pictured below). This version is currently not for sale. The PCB layout for the developer version can be found in the Nitrokey Storage Hardware repository, inside the dev folders. This has been tested with the AVR JTAGICE XPII, however the more recent Atmel ICE and any other AVR UC3 compatible debugger should work as well.

chibe - An Android application that reminds you of the time

  •    Java

Chibe is an application for Android that vibrates your phone at set times. This helps you to effortlessly keep track of the time. Chibe acts like a modern replacement of a chiming or cuckoo's clock, it's customizable and it only affects you.




vdcd - vdcd - virtual device controller daemon/framework for digitalSTROM

  •    M4

"vdcd" is a free (opensource, GPLv3) virtual device connector (vdc) implementation for digitalSTROM systems. A vdc integrates third-party automation hardware as virtual devices into a digitalSTROM system. This vdcd has ready-to-use implementation for various EnOcean devices, DALI lamps (single dimmers or RGB and RGBW multi-channel color lights), Philips hue LED color lights, WS281x RGB LED chains (directly on RPi, via p44-ledchain driver on MT7688), simple contacts and on-off switches connected to Linux GPIO and I2C pins, PWM outputs via i2c, experimental DMX512 support via OLA, Spark Core based devices support and console based debugging devices.