(WIP) toolshelf is a "package manager" which doesn't actually install any files. Instead, it stores the source trees of sundry packages in a single directory, and manages your search paths to include the relevant subdirectories of those trees. [MIT license]
"We don't drink yaedit here... we drink tideay." An experimental-ish fork of http://www.logarithmic.net/pfh/yaedit which may (or may not) suit my personal editing style (and probably won't suit yours) and aims to keep my development environment neat and... tideay (ugh.) [GPL]
(WIP) A very low-level programming language, similar to 6502 assembly, with block structure and static analysis through abstract interpretation. [BSD license]
A Falderal suite of snippets of code written in Rust.
An attempt to catalogue and curate the products of, and things related to, Cat's Eye Technologies. [Freely Redistributable]
The Dipple is where code goes when its home planet has been destroyed. You'll meet a range of characters here, from the banal to the exceptional to the shrouded-in-mystery. Categorized by language. With apologies to Andre Norton. [Public Domain unless otherwise specified]
Mascarpone is a self-modifying language able to alter the meta-circular interpreter which defines it, like its predecessor Emmental. Unlike Emmental however, in Mascarpone interpreters are first-class objects, making the job of reflective interpreter-modification quite a bit cleaner and richer. [BSD license]
The collected dotfiles of Vincent Price and Ambrose Bierce.