Geo Bookmark is a simple widget that adds a bookmark with the current time and geographical position to the home screen. The interface is kept minimal to allow operation in situations that do not permit extensive interaction with the phone (e.g. while driving a car). Bookmarks are color coded. Blue icons represent exact locations, red icons mean that the widget could not get a GPS fix within 40 seconds and therefore recorded the last known location (which may or may not have been determined by means other than GPS). In order to view a bookmark, a suitable maps application needs to be installed (e.g. Google Maps or OSMAnd).
Smooth Build is a build tool which provides a functional language which lets you describe a build process in a simple and readable way. A build script for a simple Java program can be as simple as "app.jar: files("src") | javac | jar;" All built artifacts are cached and indexed (hashed) using the sha1 of the expression (function name and its arguments) which returned a given artifact. This way, Smooth never builds the same artifact twice.
repositor.io is a tool for creating and managing Linux repositories. It can mirror online repositories so that you don't need to download packages every time you set up a new server, and it makes it easy to create custom repositories for your own packages. With the integration of a configuration management tool, you can create consistent installations on your servers.
mrtparse is a module to read and analyze the MRT data format. The MRT format can be used to export routing protocol messages, state changes, and routing information base contents, and is standardized in RFC6396. Programs like Quagga/Zebra, BIRD, OpenBGPD, and PyRT can dump to MRT.
android-metadata is a utility library for Android designed to simplify reading metadata values from AndroidManifest.xml. It can quickly access metadata values from anywhere with a few lines of code, read individual metadata values into type-specific variables, and read one or more metadata values into annotated Java classes.
Vibur Object Pool is a general-use concurrent Java object pool which provides both validating and non-validating pool implementations. The pool is built entirely using the standard Java concurrency utilities, does not use any synchronized blocks/methods, and does not have any external dependencies. This pool is an excellent choice for pooling/caching of expensive to create Java objects such as database connections or other socket connections to remote hosts, and similar.