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Development content accidentally shipped on a certain early DOS CD-ROM game from 1993
WorldWeatherOnline historical weather data API Python wrapper
Educational and historical wargame
Using the historical unix 2.11 BSD operating system on the PiDP-11. With examples such as cool-retro-weatherstation.
Inspired by Cajori’s A History of Mathematical Notations, and/or TV Tropes.
Real-time, multiplayer railway strategy/management game based on the RailRoad Tycoon I and II games.
Extended Mechanics & Flavor
:chart_with_upwards_trend: A live cryptocurrency historical trade data blotter. Download live historical trade data from any cryptoexchange, be it for machine learning, backtesting/visualizing trading strategies or for Quantopian/Zipline.
Historical battle simulation package for Python
Code to build a spatial historical dataset of 166,140 post offices.
strategy game based on hex map and discoveries
matlab: MATLAB (with FORTRAN source code)
Official Python client library for Databento
TU56 DECtape on-screen emulator for SimH, PiDP-11 and PiDP-8
Files related to PoC||GTFO 21:21 - NSA’s Backdoor of the PX1000-Cr
Git conversion of UCB CSRG's BSD SCCS files: BSD Unix source code history
This project is part of the Stolperwege App, which is developed by the Text Technology Lab at Goethe University Frankfurt. The task was to develop a 3D reconstruction of the Synagogue Höchst, which was destroyed during the Novemberpogrome 1938.
reduce-historical: historical snapshots of the portable general-purpose computer algebra system, automatically mirrored from https://svn.code.sf.net/p/reduce-algebra/code/historical/. Please visit the REDUCE Homepage, https://reduce-algebra.sourceforge.io/, for additional details.
Download historical Arch Linux packages with one command.
NextEmacs: NeXT GNU Emacs 18.55.122 (emacs-12, October 1990)
TU77 magnetic tape on-screen emulator for SimH and PiDP-11
The Texas Natural Resources Information System (TNRIS) website.
A controller for Bubble Memory modules, implemented using modern electronics. Let's resurrect this absolutely incredible (though largely forgotten) piece of computer history!