Hey, I would like to start with saying hi to everyone as I'm new to your forums, but have been using ModPlug Tracker on and off since like '98 or '99 when I first got access to the internet. I don't want to spam your forum with other projects, but not knowing too many people that would be interested, Saga_Musix on IRC told me to go ahead and post here
Over the past couple weeks I have been piecing together a Linux-based, multiuser tracker to scratch a coding itch, and to learn about sound. This program is no where near the level of OpenMPT, but it does seem to work pretty well so far. You interface with the program using a web browser, and you can even have multiple computers on multiple platforms interfacing with it at the same time.
At this point, you can load .wav samples, generate wave forms, and create oscillators and mixers to generate noise on the fly. It's extremely beta, but if anyone is interested in trying it out, tracking on Linux in general, or wanting to give suggestions and comments, feel free to check it out at http://www.gurudigitalsolutions.com/gurutracker
Thanks to anyone that has any criticism, positive or negative, and also thanks to anyone that has helped ModPlug Tracker/OpenMPT along the way for the intense memories of hours upon hours of playing with awesome software.