The ΩF:∅ Working Group is an open source technology consortium that aims to bring people together to develop useful, high-quality, free, and open-source software and technology for any range of purposes.
ΩF:∅ means "ohm-farad to none", and we usually pronounce it as "often".
Email email@example.com to apply for membership.
State-of-the-art IRC bot library and bot for Node.js. Try oftn-bot in #oftn on irc.freenode.net.
lic (pronounced like lick) is an experimental and new IRC client and framework. It consists of a central hub which maintains persistent connections and attachable clients which serve as an interface to the hub. It is based on Node.js which allows you to access all of the standard API along with lic's easy to use API.
The SUIT Canvas Toolkit is meant to be an easy-to-use, beautiful, and fully-featured UI toolkit for the HTML5 canvas. There are some specialized web applications that require more than just what can be achieved with normal DOM methods. With canvas, you get more flexibility in the design, look-and-feel, and controls. Rendering and page layout also works while hardly having to worry about how things will look and behave in another browser. Besides being useful to you, this was started as an experiment to see how UI toolkits can work in the browser environment. Visit the demo page.
TPFS (the Tagged Plain File System) is a revolutionary new file system that aims to move beyond the rut of hierarchical file systems through a purely tag based model. There are only two objects in TPFS: files and tags. They share a many-to-many relationship; files can have many different tags, and tags can have many different files. It is designed to be quick to look up in both directions.