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sound hacker's choice for the refinement of reverberation algorithms
This List is for discussion of software development with enterprise Java applications. Discussions will relate primarily to J2EE, XML and Web Architectures.
Lista de Correo de desarrollo del Proyecto Zenity - The Zenity proyect is a serious effort to make a free/libre ogame clone with more features and a new graphical design.
News in Linux Software
discuss all 3DGrid and OpenSimulator topics
This low traffic list aims mainly to provide a single contact adress for people trying to reach the developers of yat. yat is a free/libre todolist manager developed in python and mainly command-line oriented so far. Further info at https://www.gitorious.org/yat
This list will handle network issues in g5 system development
User group for TOSCA users in New Zealand
This group is for shareware authors of shareup.com to communicate with each other about news of shareware industry and shareware tips.
Group to develop a robot sailing simulator
This list is for community based organizations to share their questions and answers about different ways to fill a common need: organizing client information. The list has room for contact information tools and relationship management tools -- and, of course, when both are combined.
List for Zanvas
http://olibc.so The olibc is derived from bionic libc used in Android, which was initially derived from NetBSD libc. The development goal of olibc is expected to merge the enhancements done by several SoC vendors and partners, such as Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, Linaro, etc., which is known to be the major difference from glibc, uClibc, and other traditional C library implementations. Typically, the code size of olibc runtime should be about 300 KB. For ARM target, olibc would benefit from ARMv7 specific features like NEON, Thumb-2, VFPv3/VFPv4, and latest compiler optimization techniques. Also, olibc is released under BSD License.
It's related to the learning and solving queries by geeks.
Vice Admiral Joey Kahn's discussion list for The Advanced Infinitely Dynamic Coding Specification (UNM:AIDMS)