GAdmin-Control-Panel is a control panel that combines all GAdmintools server administration frontends. It is modular and adds start buttons for all currently installed GAdmintools applications. All images and application start buttons are scaled, aligned, and sized to give the best possible graphical layout.
A lot of stereoscopic cameras use the .MPO format to store two JPEG images, including the Fuji W1, W3, and a few 3D camcorders that have a still mode. It can do two things for you: it can separate out the image files into a left and right pair, so you can process them or do whatever you want with them, or it can create an anaglyphic image (the ones you need coloured glasses to view). It is simple to use from the command line and takes wildcards, so you could process a whole batch of files with: mungempo *.MPO.
Rgbtrade is a Web-based marketplace for the RGB Community Currency. It is based on ecological and social principles such as energy, recycling, fairness, transparency, and responsibility. It is a tool for sustainable development. First, you need a community and the will to use this RGB Community Currency. Technically, it requires a typical Web hosting environment with PHP and MySQL. Participants can place ads and make transfers using the RGB-currency unit. All information except email addresses is world-viewable.
Liquid War 6 is an original multiplayer wargame. You have to control an army formed with thousands of pixels that look like liquid, and try and eat your opponent. This is a total rewrite of the (now quite old) Liquid War 5 version. It's still in beta stage, with many imperfections and no network play but it's playable now.
Brutal squirrel is a converter to hex digits (plain text) and back. Using it, you can use your favorite text editor (such as vi or emacs) as a hex editor. You can compose any binary file or text file with non-keyboard symbols directly as hex digits. It reads from standard input and outputs to standard output.
sbs_proc (Side by Side Processor) is a simple command-line application that processes side by side stereo images (such as those produced by some mobile phones) and converts them into monoscopic versions which can be visualised on non-stereo systems. It works on .jps files and produces .jpg outputs. It can produce anaglyph (red/blue glasses required) or right or left images.
Plasma implements the map/reduce framework on a compute cluster. It has its own distributed filesystem, PlasmaFS, which is transactional (ACID), reliable, and fast, and which provides a complete set of file operations. PlasmaFS can be accessed via an RPC protocol or via NFS (i.e., it is mountable). Additionally, there is a key/value database on top of PlasmaFS.