Whiskers is an educational PocketPC application that tries to exploit all the hardware available on most common PDAs providing a link between different features such as GPS-Bluetooth-Wireless. Generally, whiskers was built with radio reconnaissance in mind as help for geocachers or wardrivers, but also as a penetration and audit tool. There is support for in-depth device scanning, triggering actions based on filters when certain devices are in range, centralized GPS logging with search functions for private or public databases, and much more.
EC2 Mobile manages Amazon AWS EC2 instances from a Windows Mobile device. It allows you to start, stop, and manage running EC2 instances. If you have multiple clients who run their services on EC2, you can also store multiple profiles so that you can see all of the instances running across all clients. Similarly, you can see each profile's AMI images.
When writing anything that needs to communicate with a terminal in some way, it is almost always speaking some dialect of VT100 or ANSI. The libvt 100 library aims solely at parsing a stream of VT100/ANSI data and then letting the host application do the rendering. Many other projects also parse VT100/ANSI data, but their parser is always tangled up with the actual rendering of the data, making reuse in other projects problematic. The hope is that other projects will start using libvt100 and everyone can stop reinventing the wheel with each project.
Dog is a Domotic OSGi Gateway. In other words, it is a software-based gateway used for controlling domotic environments in a vendor-independent way, thanks to its high-level semantic device modeling strategy and its driver architecture that allows it to support different domotic plant technologies.
TCRun is a tool written by software engineers in QA to help in writing, managing, and running automated test cases. The current version is written in C# for use on Windows, though other versions / platforms may be created later as necessary. It tries to make writing automated test cases as simple and painless as possible. It includes support for NUnit exceptions, logging (both test case specific and framwork/runtime), parameterized tests, test case resource files, and a validation framework. It can be used in mono, but is somewhat untested (it's actually built by mono, and it tests itself).