Jim (Java Image Manager) is a program for managing your personal images (photos, etc.). While Jim is really easy to use, its tagging technology is quite powerful. A plugin system makes it easy extensible with new technologies. It runs on several operating systems (including Windows, Linux and many more); all you need is a Java Runtime Environment.
FreeCAD is a CAx RAD based on OpenCASCADE, Qt4, and Python. It features some key concepts like Macro recording, Workbenches, and the ability to run as a server. It's also platform-independent. It is is fully scriptable and designed to be easily extensible; only the core functionality is embedded into the core libraries, but all further functionality like support of triangle meshes, CAM, FEM, etc. is implemented in extension modules. Normally, such a module is divided into an 'App' part containing the data structures and algorithms and a 'GUI' containing the graphical representation of data structures, dialogs, workbenches, etc.
QuartzCrystal is an application for rendering Quartz compositions to QuickTime movies and image sequences. It supports third party plugins (using both the official and unofficial API), as well as unsafe patches. It also supports spatial supersampling (antialiasing) and temporal supersampling (motion blur).
imageTagger makes it easy to manage tags of different images and so organise large collections of image collections. It features the ability to assign free tags to images and to search for pictures with tags. The tags are stored externally, so this can also be used for files that should not be changed, files on CDs, and pictures in a format that does not support metadate. No image data is changed ever.
spriteconv stitches several individual still images into a single image with all the components side by side, arranged into a specified number of rows and columns. Such output images are typically used in 2D video games to realize the various states of animation for a particular graphical element, known as a "sprite".
CGG is a simple static Web photo gallery, designed to be clean and easily usable, with EXIF support. Generated pages are static HTML files with no extra requirements on the server. The gallery source is a set of XML files containing everything needed. The gallery has modern design, and pages are valid XHTML 1.0 and CSS 2. No GUI is supplied: this is a console application, allowing easy scripting (e.g. auto-refresh after new images are uploaded via FTP).
Barcode Studio is designed to quickly create high-quality barcode images. It is commonly used for pre-press requirements, postal bar-coding, desktop publishing applications, mobile tagging, print shops, and general barcode purposes. It supports all linear barcodes (like Code39, 2of5, EAN, UPC, Code39, Code128, and EAN/UCC128), 2D barcodes (like PDF417, QR-Code, Aztec Code, DataMatrix ECC200, and MaxiCode), GS1 DataBar, and HIBC codes. Barcode data can be entered manually or imported from external data sources. Serial numbers are created automatically on demand. It has a built-in quality preview. Single as well as batch barcode creation is supported via the command line or the graphical user interface. Barcodes can be printed directly, copied to the clipboard, generated as image files (BMP, GIF, JPG, TIFF, or PNG) or exported as vector graphics (EPS, EMF, WMF , PDF, or PostScript). The created barcodes are useable immediately: Just insert the barcode graphics into your artwork, database, form, or any document.