Wikipedia4epub is a set of commands that constructs an offline e-book from articles on Wikipedia in EPUB format. There are commands to create an EPUB book from the articles from Firefox history file, or create an EPUB book from the given article and its children. It is useful for people with offline e-book readers.
FBReader is an e-book reader. It currently works on the Sharp Zaurus, Siemens Simpad with Opensimpad ROM, Nokia Internet Tablet (Maemo platform), Archos PMA430, Motorola E680i/A780/A1200 smartphones, PepperPad 3, Asus Eee PC, IRex iLiad, UMPC, and desktop computers running Linux, Windows XP/Vista, or FreeBSD. It supports several e-book formats: epub, plucker, palmdoc, zTXT, HTML, CHM, fb2, TCR (psion text), OEB, OpenReader, RTF, non-DRM'ed Mobipocket, and plain text.
PdfMasher is a tool to convert PDF files containing text into a ready-for-ebook set of HTML files. Most ebook readers support PDF files natively, but it's often a real pain to read those documents because you can't control the font size of the document and have to resort to the zooming feature instead. Another drawback of PDFs on ebook readers is that annotations are not supported. Unlike other tools that convert PDFs to ebooks, PdfMasher does not try to guess the role of each piece of text in the PDF, and instead asks the user about the role of each piece of text, and does so in an efficient manner.
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).
eBook parser library is a Java library designed to handle the epub and fb2 e-book file formats. It retrieves information such as title, author, genre, series title, etc, and can be used to process or organize databases of large numbers of e-books, where speed is essential. To maintain speed, it does not extract all content from the e-book or check the structure for errors.
Page Number Saver (PNS) is an application designed to help book or e-book readers save their page numbers. It does this with an interactive console-based menu. The future of the project from this point is first a simple GUI, then a customized one, then version 1.0 will be a PDF reader.