Zak allows you to select one or more MP3 files and convert them into a single MP3, MP4, M4A, or M4B file. The primary use for Zak is audio books. Most audio books are distributed in several files, usually one per chapter. Converting these files into a single .m4b allows one to take advantage of the iPod's bookmarking features.
jack-tuner is a musical instrument tuner that uses the JACK audio connection kit. It is a command line program, and it accepts many commands. The important ones are the tone and volume commands, which can produce any audible tone from 20hz to 20khz at a volume from 0 (silence) to 1 (loudest). It can also produce notes (for example, "tone D#" produces the note D#) over several octaves (for example, "tone C octave -1" produces the note C an octave below middle-C). It can also transpose notes (for example, "tone C > 5" produces G). There are commands to do microtonal tuning too. With multiple jack-tuner instances, you can tune chords. jack-tuner does not measure the note that an instrument is playing; instead you play the desired note with jack-tuner and tune your instrument by ear.
SupplyChain is a C++ library that simulates a supply chain. It takes full advantage of concurrent programming and multi-core CPUs without the programmer having to know anything about it. A supply chain consists of two mandatory components: initial producers and final consumers. Apart from these components, a supply chain can include any number of manufacturer nodes. Each node can contain any number of elements of its own type. These elements allow very powerful supply chains to be modeled and constructed.
SMW+ is a mature, proven semantic enterprise Wiki for teams which need a human-readable and agile knowledge base for collaborating on rich text and data in their day-to-day work. It includes features for authoring and sharing articles which are supplemented with powerful semantic features. Users can annotate data in articles to enrich them with knowledge at will (e.g., “2011/01/17 is the due date of the proposal”, or “this process step depends on a previous step Payment”). This data can be used to generate dynamic reports within the Wiki or within Microsoft Office applications. Users who have been granted appropriate rights can adjust the structure of the knowledge base (the ontology) on the fly, adapting the Wiki to current needs based on the current situation. Users can, for example, make expressions in the Wiki which say that the knowledge object “Product” specializes in “Star”, “Cash Cow”, “Poor Dog” and “Question Mark”. Apart from authoring data manually, company-specific business rules can be used to populate the knowledge base automatically with data. Additional data can be integrated into the Wiki from heterogeneous external data silos. In doing this, this data is made available to the users, who may in turn use it to generate reports or even visualize the data in the preferred format.
DaisyDuck provides the ability to playback Daisy 2.02 online books and local books (reachable directly on a physical media). The interface is simplified for quick handling, even for people with a handicap like partially sighted persons. Intuitive keyboard shortcuts provide an easy way to access the functionalities of the application and to navigate within books (by chapter and by paragraph). DaisyDuck automatically saves the position where the playback of a book was interrupted. Then, when this book is reloaded, the playback begins at the last position without any action of the listener.