- Artsy projects
- Graphix (Inkscape, ...)
Looking for graphix? Have a look at this project's repository.
If you want to share your graphix, feel free to commit them :-)
Get the repository to your PC like this:
git clone git+ssh://source.hacker.lu/var/repo/projects/graphx.git
- Lasertag Linux
Linux port of the popular LaserTag software by Zach Lieberman and Theodore Watson.
The tagbot is a phidget-based 2-axis tracking robot designed to hold and control the laser for accurate lasertagging.
- Electronics Lab
Check out the wiki for more.
Superproject for all events, educational and non-educational
- Ubuntu Release Parties
Ubuntu Release Party's Organization & Reflection Opportunity
This should give the managers/organizers and everyone who's interested of the URPs an opportunity to keep track of things which need to be done, reflect over past events and plan for the future....
- Hackerspace general
General activities involving the hackerspace (location)
- Up 4 Grabs
A list of projects that are up for grabs by everyone.
Once a project is grabbed and under development, it should have its own project environment.
- Hardware Projects
Hardware Projects regroups all hardware-related projects. Check this Wiki for interesting hardware and electronic parts.
- Chocolate Keyboard
Some other sort of hardware: chocolate keyboard
- CO2 Meter
Hack the SenseAir K22 sensor in the Wöhler CDL210 CO2 meter.
See the files section for available information.
- Swarm Bots
This projects aims at creating swarm bots
Commercial USB to UART adapters come in mostly at around 15€ - 20€ in Europe and that is plainly stealing it from the poor!
This project offers you a layout that you can use to build your own.
This is the Main Arduino Project
Arduino and PHP code managing the space occupancy status and more...
- Pure Code
Superproject for all projects involving mainly code
- Embedded Linux
It's intended to provide images for embedded linux boards syn2cat maybe will use sooner than later for some projects. The images should contain some packages by default so that the users don't need to customize the linux after it was flashed. Such a board could be used for the borne, opdenduino and other hardware projects....
- Erwiz - The entity-relationship wizardry
Erwiz is a tool to create easily text-based entity-relationship models. It was originally developped by Mitsuru Kono but since no reply arrived to my emails and since the official website went down some time ago let's hope that he didn't discontinue the project for tragic reasons....
- Greasemonkey script: Repage
This script reorganizes the project site and makes it much clearer. Only the project names are visible by default and if you hover over them a tooltip with its description appears.
- Mediawiki Related
Groups all mediawiki-related projects
- Convenience Scripts
A collection of convenient scripts.
All scripts are contained in the git repository, all are published under their respective licenses found in the files themselves.
- MW Registration Extension
Expanding the Mediawiki extension that allowed registration for HaxoGreen 2010
PrivateFace is a very basic implementation of OpenCV's Haar-like features for face recognition.
It tries to detect a Front-part of a face and draws an arbitrary "object" onto it.
Ideally a Black stripe to cover peoples eyes and give them a "feeling" of privacy....
- simple tp_smapi frontend
Very basic and simple tp_smapi frontend.
Might be useful for other thinkpad linux users, which is why this hack is shared here.
- Smartphone Apps
Superproject for smartphone applications
Regroups all the iPhone apps.
- Lët'z Hack!
The radio show project site. It contains information about how to organize and produce the show. Guidelines can be found how the technology works and what must be done in the studio to go on air or to prerecord a show.
This is the alarm and door lock system based on the Raspberry Pi board. OpenMePi will replace OpenDuino in order to get a maintainable and reliable system which is easy to extend at the same time.
Everything that you can do with this small PC.
- Atari ST knowhow
preparation of the talks for the atari ST workshops
Etch-it is in fact a shortened title for The famous Etching and Soldering Workshop which is held for the syn2cat members and the public people out there.
The goal of the workshop is to teach the attendees how to design their own circuit boards using the Eagle layout software. Afterwards they're etched and soldered....
This project is dedicated to the HacKids workshop(s).
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