firstname.lastname@example.org is a wiki-based product catalogue and market place. This means you can add or change product descriptions, make comments on products, add points-of-sale for these products, contact other market participants, and much more. Unlike other known market places, this one is built using a wiki. In a wiki, everyone may change everything. A new wiki software has been programmed to fit the special needs of the structure of products.
XLiveCD allows Windows users to run an X server and to forward X11 graphics using ssh without installing any software to hard disk. It is a Cygwin environment that is runnable from CD-ROM, including the X.org X server, openssh, DOS/Unix file conversion utilities, and text editors. XLiveCD has been given the feel of an application by a wizard that launches the X server when the CD is inserted in a drive. This provides an xterm and a desktop icon for launching more xterms. The wizard cleans up when the X server exits.
Bist stands for "bidimensional structures" and is a chemical drawing tool. It is focused on organic chemistry, but it may be useful for chemists or teachers as well. Bist support many of the formalisms used to describe molecular structures like single bond, double bond, stereospecific bond, charges, resonance arrows, lone pairs, and so on. It can export both PostScript and PNG formats.
LCD-Linux is a Linux software abstraction layer to drive LCD alphanumeric displays. It features complete VT102 console emulation and aims to be as general and flexible as possible. It consists of two kernel modules, lcd-linux and the display driver. Currently, only the Hitachi HD44780 is supported, but drivers for other LCD controllers can be easily written.