BuddyServ IRC Services are a set of integrated IRC services for torrent networks. They integrate with a Torrent site database and provide support for using a Web site's account database, new torrent announcements, new user, reports, and helpdesk staff notifications, syslog reporting, many user management tools, including the ability to disable/enable accounts, RRD graphs for IRC activity, channel management, default vhosts based on user class and custom vhosts, OPERWALL error reporting, a !next command for next TV show viewing times, an InterMail system for reading and sending site messages on IRC, NickServ, ChanServ, OperServ, MemoServ, UserBot, and monitor services, and more.
Mindbender is a game which works like Mastermind, but is easier to use. Instead of colors, you use numbers from 1-9. It's a four-digit code you have to solve, as in Mastermind. You can set the number of tries in a separate file or you can use a small setup manager. It's a very small project.
SVGpage is an application that will render PNG images as SVG files or convert an SVG file to a PNG image. It uses an internal version of Autotrace. This is not a straight conversion to SVG (as there really is no such converter) but it does a fairly literal job with simple shapes, and renders a "painterly" effect for more photographic-style images.
Quasar Media Player is a light-weight, fast, and convenient media player for mobile systems. It offers many of the features found in modern desktop media players, like fast library overview and filtering along with the ability to handle large libraries very well. It has several unique features that give it unprecedented flexibility on a mobile device, like a zoomable interface for better readability even from a distance, or auto-generated playlists from a set of locations. It offers flexible support and handling of cover art images, and features a cover art album browser and built-in downloader. Quasar is highly configurable and can be operated completely via keyboard, remote control, or touchscreen.
PyBit is a small application written in wxPython for shortening URLs using some of the best shortening engines like: bit.ly, is.gd, cli.gs, smsh.me, tr.im and posting status updates to Twitter or identi.ca. It tries to be as simple and as user-friendly as possible. Configuration uses a simple preferences dialog, and all the buttons and text are bigger. All passwords (for twitter and identi.ca) are stored in plain text, so it’s currently not secure. Under GNOME, pyBit stores the shortened URL directly to your clipboard, so you don’t have to select and copy the short URL.