KProbe is an Asus notebook monitor for KDE. It is like the Asus PCProbe software for Windows, but with more options and tuning. It allows you to set the monitor brightness and CPU speed on the fly. It can check KMail via the DCOP interface to check if there are unread messages and enable the notebook's mail LED. It shows a graph and statistics about temperature. It has support for i18n, and English and Italian translations are available.
UModPlayer is a multiplatform console module playing software for UNIX systems (such as Linux or NetBSD). It provides full sound option customizing, playlist support (with the ability to move, edit, import, and save lists), a WAV and AIFF writer, a file browser, a message viewer, an instruments viewer, and much more. It uses LibModPlug and LibAo.
Dynamic Copyright It! is a tool that allows you to add copyright notices on-the-fly directly onto your images without any fussing around in image editors. It's easy to integrate with other scripts that will allow you to edit the copyright text of images throughout an entire Web site without manually editing each one. The copyright text, font size, and color of the notice can be customized.
Curtain is a templating system akin to TAL, together with the METAL and Zope's i18n extensions. It's compiled, based on SAX, and thought to read and produce always well-formed XML. The syntax and semantics are kept very simple, and strive to be 100% tested and documented as a development principle.
SVG for Adobe Creative Suite is a plugin that provides complete support for the SVG format for Adobe Creative Suite, including InDesign and Photoshop. Adobe's support for SVG is limited and requires conversion to EPS. SVG images are converted on the fly and are separated into layers automatically, depending on figures, opacity, and effects.
Trivia Game is a trivia question game script where questions and answers can be stored in external files in XML or JSON format. The game has two levels: in level 1, a list of answers is displayed for each question, and the user must click on the correct answer. In level 2, a text box is displayed in which the user can write the answer. Questions can be asked consecutively or in random order without repeat. A countdown timer can also be given for each question.