KMetronome is a MIDI metronome with KDE interface, based on the ALSA sequencer. The intended audience is musicians and music students. Like solid, real metronomes it is a tool to keep the rhythm while playing musical instruments. It uses MIDI for sound generation instead of digital audio, allowing low CPU usage, and very accurate timing thanks to the ALSA sequencer.
jVLT is a vocabulary learning tool. Examples containing one or many of the vocabulary words may be specified. jVLT also can perform quizzes, querying only those words which you frequently did not know in the past or which have not been queried for a long time. During a quiz, jVLT shows the examples of each word, letting you better memorize its usage.
mojoPortal is a cross-platform object oriented Web site framework. It supports PostgreSQL, MySQL, Firebird, SQLite and MS SQL for the backend. It includes a content management system, forums, blogs, photo galleries, newsletter, polls, surveys, an event calendar, an RSS feed aggregator, and a skinnable design.
UNITED-NUKE is a secure and exceptionally fast content management system that is compatible with PHP-Nuke add-ons, including blocks, modules, and themes. It is up to ten times faster than PHP-Nuke, contains a new secured authorization scheme, SLUFU, an update system similar to MS Windows Update, an automatic DB update service, an extensible theme engine, and support for RSS 0.91, 0.92, 2.0, and Atom.
Pootle is a Web-based translation and translation management tool. It provides a rich set of features for mangaging a translation project. It integrates components of the Translate Toolkit to provide error checkers for translation messages and the ability to download files in a number of formats: PO, XLIFF, CSV. Pootle can also provide compiled PO files for download. You can use it to assign work to translators in your team, and you can define goals to help focus the efforts of your translation. Pootle can run without a Web server or be proxied through your existing Apache server.
KMidimon monitors events coming from a MIDI external port or application via the ALSA sequencer, or Standard MIDI Files. It is especially useful if you want to debug MIDI software or your MIDI setup. It features a nice graphical user interface, customizable event filters and sequencer parameters, support for all MIDI messages and some ALSA messages, MIDI playback, and saving the recorded event list to a text file or SMF.