Git (http://git-scm.org) is a distributed revision control system initially written by Linus Torvalds.
Lftp is a really powerful command-line based ftp program.
Configuration for the GNU emacs operating system. Err, sorry. Editor.
Called the mutt of feed readers by some. It's definitely the best[tm] terminal based feed reader. And this is the setup I'm using.
Handbuch zum Einstieg in die Shell-Programmierung.
A radio controlled clock, showing the time in several binary formats.
A stepper motor controller for use in photography.
Grand Haskell Compiler Setup
Blackbox for driving many LEDs.
Luakit is a minimal browser, which basically slaps a lua-interpreter around webkit. All the interface it ships is implemented in lua, which means you get full control over what is happening.
Addon for Kodi media player, executes a movie theater like workflow.
Converting old keyboards to USB.
Configuration for the X11 window manager `xmonad'.
My fairly large z-shell setup. This is actually a reorganised version, with a lot of old cruft sorted out.
Driving a servo via USB-Port.
Assorted configuration for my x11 graphical interface. Which is xorg these days. The "xkb" sub-directory contains a custom XKB based keyboard setup.
Fading LEDs via USB-Port.
A home screen widget to countdown the days until a certain date.
Home sensor nodes, based on ESP8266.
Setup for GNU screen. I don't really use screen anymore. I've since switched to tmux. But I still need a decent screen setup on machines, where tmux isn't available.