gnomefpc is a set of language translations that lets you write Pascal programs that use GNOME, easygtk, and Glade. It also contains a demonstration program. There is a full C-to-Pascal translation for libglade and for the easygtk wrapper. The translation for the GNOME libraries is far less complete.
LMB is a tool to browse the web using a dumb terminal that isn't capable of even the most simple options (like deleting the screen or cursor placement). All commands are entered as a single line command. Links are visited by entering the number that is printed before the link. All other commands can be changed using the config file. LMB isn't a real browser, but a frontend to lynx. Documentation is nearly nonexistant. It is written in Pascal using the Freepascal compiler. An x86-linux binary is included.
sTaLMP3Box is a complete control program for a stand-alone MP3 player jukebox computer running under Linux, which uses a HD44780-compatible LCD display connected to the parallel port instead of a monitor. Its main function is playing MP3s and/or Ogg Vorbis files. It features a playlist with full edition functions, has a integrated file manager to manage your songs, shows ID3 info and Ogg Vorbis info, disc statistics, mounts CD-ROMs, resuming, it has almost everything you need for building your own jukebox. On its Web site there are complete building instructions for the hardware part of the project and installation instructions for the software part.
DMines is the classic minesweeper game with a dynamic twist -- some of the unrevealed mines change locations every set number of seconds (15 by default). Current features include 3 levels (easy, normal, and hard), resizing of the playing field, setting the number of mines, and setting the time it takes the mines to change locations.
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.