The Polyform Project is a group of experienced licensing lawyers and technologists developing simple, standardized, plain-language software source code licenses. Polyform aims to fill gaps in the menu of standardized software licenses, like non-commercial, trial, and small-business-only terms.
They're basically trying to do a modular Creative Commons-like license, but for software.
Beehive is an event and agent system, which allows you to create your own agents that perform automated tasks triggered by events and filters. It is modular, flexible and really easy to extend for anyone. It has modules (we call them Hives), so it can interface with, talk to, or retrieve information from Twitter, Tumblr, Email, IRC, Jabber, RSS, Jenkins, Hue - to name just a few. Check out the full list of available Hives in our Wiki.
A Python package that generates fake data for you. Use to populate databases, spreadsheets, or what have you with plausible looking data. Names, addresses, text... has a plugin system so you can install generators for other kinds of data. There is also a community collection of plugins. Localized. Can be used as a module or a stand-alone tool.
We are building the Global Village Construction Set. This is a high-performance, modular, do-it-yourself, low-cost platform - that allows for the easy fabrication of the 50 different industrial machines that it takes - to build a small, sustainable civilization with modern comforts.
A modular Python framework for implementing chatops bots. Aims to make it easy to write new plugins that implement various skills and interfaces. Supports XMPP MUCs. Can be configured from inside of chat, so you don't have to edit a config file and restart the bot. Implements command access control.
A modular chatops bot written in Python 3 that includes multiple connectors for different services (Slack, Telegram, Github, et al). The databases it can interface with are pretty limited. Skills are plugged into the framework to make it do things (like get status reports).
Patator is a utility written in Python to brute-force accounts in different kinds of services (like IMAP, SSH, and HTTP) to gain access. Requires a dictionary file. Dependency heavy because it doesn't actually implement any of the protocols itself but instead relies upon a number of Python modules that already do. Read the code carefully before attempting to run it, it's designed to be user-unfriendly to limit the possibility of abuse.
Wikihouse is an archive of open source building designs contributed by engineers and architects around the world. Each design is peer-reviewed and analyzed by others to ensure that the designs are sound. Some of them have already been built and the results posted for further review. The design principles include being as easy to build by people with minimal formal training, as energy efficient as possible, and easy to modify to fit a particular purpose. All designs are made in Google Sketchup and can be cut with an automill if available.
Bettercap is a modular man-in-the-middle attacking tool written in Go. It's designed to make it easy to write your own proxies to attack traffic from the sidelines. It's designed to run on pretty much any worthwhile pentesting platform.
A PHP application that scrapes some sites and generates RSS feeds for them.
An open source modular macro assembler that supports a number of CPU architectures out of the box and makes it easy to add new ones.
A website which lets you design circuitry online in your web browser (i.e., without having to (buy, download and install PCB engineering software). The online circuit designer contains a library of known, documented, and trusted subassemblies of circuits (like power supplies, amplifiers, and volume controls) that you can use as the framework of your circuit, but you have to add the rest. They plan on making it possible to automatically generate and e-mail all of the files a third party small-run manufacturer would need to etch, drill, and mail your circuit boards to you.
Homepage for a DIY portable computer.