LD (Logical Desktop) is a program that allows you to do many different things with your computer, but in a consistent way. In LD, you work by composing "actions" made of one verb and one or more objects. The advantage of LD is that you specify verbs and objects in any order, with automatic hiding of the things that don't make sense. The former point enables LD to unify the "task-oriented" and "document-oriented" paradigms. The latter point enables users to compose actions much more easily. Another innovation is that you can browse your filesystem and the Web with a "recently used first" style.
KProbe is an Asus notebook monitor for KDE. It is like the Asus PCProbe software for Windows, but with more options and tuning. It allows you to set the monitor brightness and CPU speed on the fly. It can check KMail via the DCOP interface to check if there are unread messages and enable the notebook's mail LED. It shows a graph and statistics about temperature. It has support for i18n, and English and Italian translations are available.
Amberle is a convention organizer. It manages pre-written scripts, presented in each convention by a director, and can manage reservations in the case of limited audience for an event. It's Web-based to give a high degree of centralization, and it can be used before the convention as Website interface for reservations, and during the convention to manage reservation validation, on-the-fly modifications to events, and so on.
jIsoEngine is an isometric 2D engine for Java applications. It provides an SDK of methods and classes that let developers easily build a complete game. It is suited for simulation games, board games, and turn-based games. The project is bundled with Tourist Camping Tycoon, a game developed with the engine.