Osmose is a tool to prepare multimedia presentations. It has been tested under Mac OS X (Panther and Tiger), Linux, and Windows XP with Java 1.4.2. It allows you to print the presentations and to visualize them on the screen and on the Web in HTML (under Mac OS X, it is also easy to create PDF files from your presentations). Osmose is based on a research work that proposes a new way to create digital documents. Rather than WYSIWYG, it is a more complete way of working that articulates working on the content, adding multimedia files, and working on the style using a graphic theme.
iList is an intelligent playlist for the KDE media player Noatun. It is intelligent in the sense that songs are selected from a (possibly large) repository of audio files in a smart manner. Think of it as your personal radio station that plays your favourite songs all day long. iList supports implicit song ranking, incremental search, a song history, independent queueing, multiple collections, and fast access to large repositories with auto detection of new files.
Etherpuppet is a small program for Linux that will create a virtual interface (TUN/TAP) on one machine from the ethernet interface of another machine through a TCP connection. Everything seen by the real interface will be seen by the virtual one. Everything sent to the virtual interface will be emitted by the real one. It has been designed because one often has a small machine as his Internet gateway, and sometimes want to run some big applications that need raw access to this interface, for sniffing (Ethereal, etc.) or for crafting packets that do not survive being reassembled, NATed, etc. It can even run on Linux embedded routers such as the Linksys WRT54G.
QTPov Editor is a Povray SDL editor. It features syntax coloration, bracket highlighting (including), automatic and manual tabulation system, a completion system (with both keywords and declarations/macros), declarations and macros listings, included files parsing (to get declarations and macros), a .ini editor, a .ini profile assistant, and scene rendering via .ini files. It also includes QTPE Scene Packager, a tool designed to retrive any file used in Povray scene, starting from a .ini or a .pov file. It creates a copy of the scene and replaces all file inclusions so that the scene can be rendered on an other system without having to worry about libraries or fonts.