TML turns text into HTML using a wiki-like markup. Unlike txt2tags, TML does not support multiple output formats (although there is some support for word documents through a separate project). HTML tags may be freely mixed into the source where desired. The output is easy to read and supports table-free CSS layouts. .include files can be used to insert blocks of code such as Google ads that appear on multiple pages. The code was written with technology normally used for software compilation for faster, more accurate parsing.
Greenhorn displays documentation strings directly from the source code itself, which is handy if you use or write your own modules whose documentation is not keeping pace with development. It uses the PyGTK treeview widget to display a tree diagram of modules in a window. Clicking on individual modules displays . __doc__ strings and sub-modules or functions. Source code can also be browsed, if available, using Python inspect.
Wu is small command-line application that retrieves weather data from Weather Underground (including current conditions, historical data, forecasts, active alerts, and station lookup). The program is designed to be extremely fast and generally compliant with the Unix philosophy. Wu is written in Go, and requires a Go compiler to build from source.
Triathlon Training Diary is a calendar for planning and tracking triathlon and endurance sports activities. It features a flexible calendar view, exercise and note entries, heartrate graphs and laptime dialogs, graphical statistics and filters, a search function, and import functions for Polar Diary Data and SportsTracker files. It is easy to handle, lightweight, fast, and safe. Data is stored in XML.
schwinn810 allows you to extract data (tracks, laps, points, and waypoints) from a Schwinn 810 GPS sport watch with a heart rate monitor. It can optionally feed points to gpsbabel to convert data into other formats like TCX, GPX, and KML. A standalone converter for TCX with split-lap and heart rate data is provided. It should work on any platform as long as there is a driver for the CP2102 USB-UART bridge from SiLabs and python-serial.