MatPLC is a software-based PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) for industrial automation. Ultimately, it should be possible to run a factory using this software. Currently, one should keep in mind that it is still at the testing stage, and is therefore not suitable for applications where incorrect operation would cause damage or danger.
JAMES is a framework which enhance collaborative groups by making use of the Web. The main feature of the project is to be able to fit heterogeneous systems. It features a core framework which offers users and groups management, database abstraction, configuration facilities, communication between system modules, permissions checks, and more. It also has a set of modules which make use of the core features to easily implement applications like a forum, a file repository, a news system, or a Wiki.
LinCS (Linux Configuration System) is a configuration tool aiming to offer a uniform way for applications, the OS itself, and machine clusters to store/retrieve their configuration information. Thus, it will completely replace the standard configuration files, such as the ones stored in /etc. It follows on the road opened by other configuration tools such as gconf, but is novel in that it addresses the area of system configuration. It offers a transparent way for "older" applications that use configuration files to live on a LinCS-configured OS. Its design is modular and extensible. A separate component is the text-based UI editor that allows users to manage their configuration values and admins to configure the machine(s).
Zambeel is an e-mail based archiving system that was designed to address the needs of people who move around frequently, but need to keep their files in one place. Files that need to be stored for future reference can be emailed to the system as an attachment. It then stores them as part of your personal archive, which can be searched and accessed later.
KNoFault is a tool that protects your files with XOR encryption. It can use a username and a password to encrypt, or it can any file as a key. When given an incorrect decryption key, instead of showing an error it will encrypt the already encrypted file with the new info. This makes it possible to encrypt a file several times so that only two people together can use it, for example.
The dvtext program generates DV (Digital Video) movie clips of certain text effects. Currently, two text effects are supported: a fade-in/fade-out title effect, and a "scrolling text" effect suitable for closing credits. There is no support for anything fancy like placing text over your custom video, so text is always rendered onto a solid black background. dvtext outputs an AVI file containing DV video data. This DV file is suitable for including into your video project if you are using a video editing software package that understands DV, such as Kino.