Cross Linux From Scratch (CLFS) is a project that provides you with step-by-step instructions for building your own customized Linux system entirely from source. This is a multi-architecture version of Linux From Scratch that is cross-compiled. It currently supports Alpha, MIPS, PowerPC, Sparc, x86, and x86_64.
jbookshelf is an electronic book collection organizer and reader. It supports collecting plain files (text, HTML, PDF, etc.), has basic collection search, fulltext collection search (planned), internal viewers for plain text, HTML, RTF, and PDF, notes and citations, book categories, FB2 support (planned), and portability (removable drives support) (planned).
xslbook is an XSLT applet to display a book-style document in a Web browser that supports XSLT. xslbook transforms XML files created by users into HTML documents with an XSLT engine built in Web browsers. It can display HTML documents in Web browsers directly without other transformation tools. It has an automatic numbering function for chapters or block elements, an automatic generation function for table of contents and navigation links, a data operating function for other XML files, keyword search, and so on. It is a sub-project of xslet.
Slidematch is a media rating, contextual retrieval, peer recommendation, and library management system for music, video, movie, and book impressions. It adds value to your existing media player by enabling you to easily record detailed impressions, retrieve content appropriate to what you are currently doing, and interact with friends.
DaisyDuck provides the ability to playback Daisy 2.02 online books and local books (reachable directly on a physical media). The interface is simplified for quick handling, even for people with a handicap like partially sighted persons. Intuitive keyboard shortcuts provide an easy way to access the functionalities of the application and to navigate within books (by chapter and by paragraph). DaisyDuck automatically saves the position where the playback of a book was interrupted. Then, when this book is reloaded, the playback begins at the last position without any action of the listener.
Previously, fiction books published on the Web were often divided into lines of ~80 characters for comfortable reading. This can be a problem on small displays (such as phones), causing poorly-wrapped formatting. Reformator is a simple Qt utility that attempts to remove newlines inside paragraphs without removing those between paragraphs. Just set the size of the first line indent, and Reformator will recognize real paragraphs and remove all non-useful newlines. It can also detect indent size automatically. It is recommended to back up your books before reformatting.