Spinneret is a structured storage engine that can be thought of as an extended tuple storage system. It takes the best aspects of relational, object, and hierarchical databases and throws away the dead weight associated with those technologies. The benefit of Spinneret is that its data model is incredibly flexible, allowing it to expose its underlying data in any number of ways. It operates similar to an object database, but without hard ties to an originating language, and can also behave like a relational database without the burden of complex joins.
SWTBot is a Java-based functional testing tool for testing SWT and Eclipse based applications. It provides APIs that are simple to read and write and hide the complexities involved with SWT and Eclipse. This makes it suitable for functional testing by everyone. A set of assertions that are useful for SWT are provided, and you can also use your own assertion framework. A recorder and driver are provided for recording and playing back tests along with Ant tasks so that you can run your builds from within CruiseControl or other CI tools.
Google Apps Manager (GAM) is a command line tool that allows Administrators to control their Google Apps domain and accounts. With GAM you can create users, turn on/off services for users like POP and Forwarding and much more. It requires Google Apps Education or Premier Edition. Standard Edition is not supported. Future plans for GAM include even more management capabilities as well as a graphical and Web-based interface.
FitNesse Maven Classpath Plugin is a Maven2 plugin that collects the dependencies of the entire project, including its sub-modules. After resolving the artifacts, it generates the classpath and inserts it into the Fitnesse test suites, thus solving the problem of maintaining the correct classpath in FitNesse.
The Fressia Project is an effort to develop a framework for testing automation. It's intended for users (testers) who want a simple tool that can be used just out of the box. It was originally conceived as part of the QA efforts at the US National Optical Astronomy Observatory. It has been delivered to the community because, despite it still being at early stages, it has proven to be a useful general purpose testing tool. It is designed to provide functional testing, system testing, system integration testing, white (black) box testing, automated regression testing, acceptance testing, etc.
Butterfly Web UI is a component based Java Web application framework. Like the rest of the Butterfly Components, Butterfly Web UI is extremely small and very flexible. Butterfly Web UI uses Butterfly Container internally, a state of the art dependency injection container. Using Butterfly Web UI, it is easy both to generate HTML for a Web browser or XML or JSON for a RIA frontend (Flex, JavaFX, Silverlight) or AJAX frontend. You also can easily create HTML layout templates that are reused throughout your Web application, so you don't have the layout hardcoded into every page. You can easily mix RIA and non-RIA Web application technology in the same Web application.