meadowphysics and ww are included as bees operators and can be integrated into your aleph scenes.
there isn't a teletype program for aleph. honestly it would not be very difficult to port but nobody has taken the time.
recall that there are very few aleph units in the field (<100) so really development on the codebase does not have a lot of momentum and features/fixes are added as desired by the (few) people who program them.
it would be fair to say that the eurorack code environment is mostly ported from the aleph in the first place. so it is not hard to port it back.
to answer @kza earlier in the thread: i use the aleph pretty regularly as a performance tool. mostly for weird automated mixing and dealy/filtering. i don't post scenes because they don't seem particularly useful. i don't try and build complex or multi-purpose things. i tend to build simple things that are directed for a particular purpose and are flexible in specific weird ways (like using footswitch to toggle between encoder mappings with the preset system.)
but... i have sadly not had a lot of time lately or, really, motivation to do a lot of low-level coding for the aleph. i have plenty of TODOs, but most of them are siginificant efforts and really require a solid week of free time. it's been a really rough couple years for me personally and that time has not materialized; in general i feel like i've put plenty of work into the aleph, and when i have time to play with it i'd prefer to use it for music rather than to hack on the codebase forever.
that said, i do promise to add more functionality eventually.
i highly encourage any aleph owner to dive into C programming and consider making your own bees operators or standalone apps, if the given control-side functionality is lacking for you. we tried to make it pretty straightforward. the DSP side is a little trickier and that is where i promise to do more work when i can.