This is a simple XBMC add-on to generate a random waltz theme following Mozart's Musical Dice Game (Musikalisches Würfelspiel). Each waltz consist of two parts: a minuet (16 bars of music) and a trio (another 16 bars). Mozart wrote a total of 272 pieces, which get randomly combined to produce a unique piece of music every time (originally the combination was obtained using a dice roll, hence the name).
pymiproxy is a small, lightweight, man-in-the-middle embeddable proxy capable of performing HTTP and HTTPS (or SSL) inspection. The proxy provides a built-in certificate authority that is capable of generating certificates for SSL-based destinations. Pymiproxy is also extensible, and provides two methods for extending the proxy: method overloading and a pluggable interface. It is ideal for situations where you're in dire need of a proxy to tamper with out- and/or in-bound HTTP data.
Journal is software for developing and publishing journals on the Web. It combines Java, Spring 3, Lucene, and Ehcache into an elegant solution for Web content management. The presentation is modern and CSS-based, and uses a responsive approach to layout. Resize your browser window and watch the layout adapt.
SCaVis is an environment for scientific computation, data analysis, and data visualization designed for scientists, engineers, and students. The program can be used for function and data plotting in 2D and 3D, histograms, statistical analysis, and symbolic calculations using the Matlab/Octave high-level interpreted language.
JWordTrainer is a generic tool that helps you to memorize words for basically any pair of languages. You must first add the words from your individual lessons to input files, then specify how many words from which input files you want to be asked. The program will randomly show words and a button that shows the translation. Pali-English is included as an example language pair, along with a README that explains in detail how to add new words and languages.
LifeQuest is a tool that keeps track of what you need to do, and tells you what to do next. You simply enter the things you want to do, along with priority and date information, and LifeQuest does the rest. Unlike other to do list programs, it aims to minimise the amount of effort you spend entering information. It is also inspired by GTD, with contexts and projects to help you find things to do wherever you are or when there is a project you want to focus on. It is also designed to be motivational. Your to do list is a Quest, your projects are Adventures, and your contexts are Locations.