Public projects, past and current, can be found here. Check
back for new ones from time to time.
- Action Groups for Emacs
- Automated tasks in Emacs, well-managed to enhance
- Vanilla Lisp Shell
- A consistent Emacs interface to Lisp-family top-levels.
- Digital Media Project
- Here we are trying to understand the use of digital media
formats, focusing especially on issues of interoperability and
- Internet Privacy Project
- This is an ongoing project that covers a number of
papers and case studies that we've made and have going
- A system for managing secure and private Internet Mailing
lists. [Hosted on SourceForge.]
- rotatelog: Managing System Log
- Looking for a better way to manage log files? Wish you had a
utility like the BSD
newsyslog? Give this
program a try. (Note: this used to be known as
logrotate but we changed the name to prevent it from
being confused with another, unrelated program of the same
- A major editing mode for Emacs designed for development of
- VM--A Lisp-based Mail Client for Emacs
- If you use GNU Emacs or XEmacs, you should also be using it
for mail. Here's our mirror of VM, a sophisticated mail
client by Kyle Jones.
- 32bitIP: Fun with IP addresses
- IPv4 addresses are 32-bit values normally written as four
eight bit values seperated by dots, commonly called "dotted
quad". They don't have to be, though, they can be
written as a single 32-bit integer. This can be used to
confuse logs, circumvent site-blocking restrictions, exploit
trust models... all kinds of good stuff. (Don't try this at
home, kids!) Also, check the
- rotbanner.pl: Image Rotation Script
- Ever need more than one image to share the same space on a
page? We did, and offer
rotbanner.pl as a
capable tool to do the job.
- Lisp Plus Plus
- LPP (Lisp Plus Plus), is a library of Lisp like functions
and macros usable in C++ programs, by William Paul Vrotney.
- Digital Library
- A small collection of useful books, in HTML.
cross-referenced, indexed, and searchable. After we've got a
few texts online, we'll be working with them to build more
intelligent and useful front-ends.
- Some information about spam (not the lunch meat), what we're
doing about it, and what you can do about it.
- While this wasn't an interhack project, we are maintaining
the project mailing list archives, and various other things
related to the project. For those of you who have seen this
before, these are the pages that used to be known as
DESCHALL at Megasoft.
C Matthew Curtin
Last modified: Sun Nov 14 17:28:12 EST 2004