Brazilfw is a mini-distribution designed for setting up network utility services such as Internet connection sharing, firewalling, or wireless access points. The goal is to make it as quick and easy as possible to set up a Linux system with only a minimal amount of Linux knowledge. The main goal of BrazilFW is to continue the development of what was the Coyote Linux floppy firewall system.
Albumine is a music database program. It treats a music collection as a structured collection of albums rather than a chaotic pool of songs. Its major objective is to help users automate the process of inserting new albums into the database, thus making large scale music collecting less painful. It collects all relevant data from a given directory, which appears in the database in a couple of seconds. It supports MP3 and potentially all relevant formats, including CDDA.
ColorSnatch is a board game built using the Lazarus libraries. Player 1 starts in the lower left corner, player 2 in the upper right. Each turn, players choose one color to add to their territory. Then, all adjacent tiles of that color are captured. The first player to capture 50% of the field wins. It can be played vs. an AI or another human. Internationalization is available. The game is also a demonstration of Lazarus's capabilities.
Delphi Yacc & Lex is a parser generator toolset for Delphi and Kylix, based on Turbo Pascal Lex and Yacc version 4.1a (by Albert Graef and others). The primary goal of the project is to clean up the code, and improve compatibility and maintainability with modern versions and compilers of the Pascal language (such as Delphi and Kylix).
OwenShow is an open-source file browser demonstrating various techniques/failures in Borland Kylix/Delphi code, including fork, drop/drag, and much more. Unlike other browers, directories are scanned explicitly and, if desired, to full depth, i.e. to get detailed descriptions of directory trees. Finding directories/files is supported by inexact/exact cumulative search.
YanC (Yet another nV Configurator) is a small tool which you can use to change the nVidia and ATI-specific settings (almost) as easily as with the Windows drivers. You can edit the settings for AGP support, the Cursor Shadow, the nVidia logo, Digital Vibrance Control, and, of course, TwinView for the nVidia drivers. For the ATI drivers, it offers support for the overlay settings, anti-aliasing, and dual monitor configuration.