GNU poke is a new interactive editor for binary data. Not limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to describe data structures and to operate on them.
Home page: http://www.jemarch.net/poke
It offers nearly GNU/Linux Emacs experience in Windows with minimum configuration efforts. A set of additional GNU command-line and development tools is available through the network installer. Includes commonly used POSIX utilities such as diff, grep, aspell.
Optionally, a number of Lisp implementations can be installed.
Minifree provides secure, privacy-respecting computers with 100% free (as in freedom) software, including the Libreboot BIOS replacement and GNU+Linux operating system, certified by FSF under their Respects Your Freedom certification program.
Taler is a new electronic payment system under development at Inria. Today, this website only presents the advantages our system is expected to provide. We expect to make the payment system available to the general public in 2016.
GNU SRC (Source Release Collection) provides a simple way to install the latest officially released versions of GNU packages on an existing distribution
The aim is to make it easier to work with sources, and to help with development and bug reporting.