Circumlunar Zaibatsu Software Forge
       In addition to functioning as a free gopher hosting provider, the
       Zaibatsu is also a small public access unix system.  A defining
       characteristic of this system is that much of the software used by the
       members for social interaction and other purposes is developed by the
       members themselves, collaboratively and openly, on the system itself.
       While only senior members can install software system-wide, *any* user
       with shell access can clone the git repo for some tool on the system,
       fix bugs or add features, and request their code be pulled into the
       system-wide repo.
       All software developed at the Zaibatsu is Free Software.  If you
       decide to start your own public access unix system, you can install
       our tools to get your community started quickly.
       The following software has been developed here:
 (DIR) fellowsh - Tool for multi-user system fellowship
 (DIR) gboard
 (DIR) gigof - scripts for setting up and managing git-gopher accounts
 (DIR) gitpher - Generates gopher front-ends to git repos
 (DIR) lander - Ultralight HTTP daemon, serves a single hard-coded page
 (DIR) nago - shell script providing a simple command-line based Gopher client
 (DIR) schat - small/simple command line chat for local users
 (DIR) sharem - scripts for correctly setting permissions for sharing
 (DIR) spacelaunch - A multi-user take on the classic Unix steam locomotive (sl) prank.
 (DIR) telem - Lightweight client for file-based BBS