BRisa is a framework written in Python that allows the creation of UPnP devices, focusing on Media Servers and Media Renderers. Regarding the Media Server reference implementation, it allows users to share and search content from UPnP A/V devices. It offers a plugin architecture enabling users to share their own content stored in multimedia portals, such as SHOUTcast, Flickr, and recently incorporated YouTube Videos. In addition, the framework also provides a very simple UPnP control point API, which is being used by the Canola Project.
Flush is a GTK+ BitTorrent client. It allows you to run many instances with different configurations for the same user, to create your own torrent files, and to set a custom download path for each file of the torrent. It also allows you to control a running instance from a command line interface: start/stop torrents, change download/upload rate limits, and change the maximum connections limit. Finished downloads can be automatically copied to a specified directory, and old torrents can be automatically removed.
ErgoDataGrid is a PHP datagrid for Web and B2B applications. It has large database support, multi-field sorting, more options filtering, data reloading in real-time, multi-language support, and many other features. It works with Apache/PHP/MySQL and is AJAX-enabled. It is compatible with IE, Firefox, and Opera.
BaconMap allows you to visualize interdependent IT resources. It helps you answer the question, "What fails when this fails?" BaconMap is an IT resource manager and a wiki Web program. The application allows IT staff to map interdependent resources to each other to create a visual representation of the network.
From your Windows Mobile device, RealtimeBlog generates GSM and GPS GeoTag files and provides an interface to manage the openBmap GeoTag Files manager. It sends photos to your ISP account and updates your Facebook mini-feed with a link to these photos. It allows you to share your geographical position from GPS or Cell id with your friends.