Component Templates for Assets and Artifacts is an Eclipse-based toolkit that allows developers to focus on business aspects of the development process instead of the technological. This Java-implemented toolkit automatically enforces all template-defined constraints, which makes it easier to create ready-to-use and reusable assets or artifacts.
GobbleRSS is a Web-based RSS reader inspired from the previous version of Google Reader. It was developed as an alternative to Google Reader for people who need to access their RSS articles from home or work, but with the ability to download unread articles to a PDA. Since Google Reader doesn't yet have a public API that would allow a PDA to grab the latest unread articles, GobbleRSS was developed to allow PDA sync applications to download a single Web page that contains a certain number of unread articles. You can then read those articles on the go.
h300goodies consists of a handful of Perl and shell scripts that were written to help manage a user's music collection on an iRiver H320 or H340 digital jukebox. These scripts don't run on the player natively, but are used when the player is mounted on a local file system via a USB connector. The scripts will build M3U playlists that you define, scan your collection and build playlists based on the genre in the MP3/Ogg file ID3 tags, scan your collection for long filenames that cause problems with iRiver's database software, randomize an existing M3U playlist, and so on.
CoASTaL allows users to enter their own computer support tickets, and to add actions after to keep IT up to date. Admins can manage tickets, add actions, assign hardware to people, and assign software licenses to computers (since its installed on computers, not people). It also has a Library for keeping track of projectors, cameras, and laptops (for example). It has been in use for 5 years prior to release.
Kimdaba2Mysql is a small Python script that does two things: it inserts your kimdaba metadata into a relational database (only MySQL at the moment), and makes it possible to show the contents of that database in the form of a Web front end to anyone with a Web browser. Because it's build on top of quixote, it should be possible to use all quixote-supported interfaces (cgi, fcgi, scgi, and mod_python) to your Web server.