LarryMessenger is a simple to install and easy to use cross-platform instant messenger client. It has a nice graphical user interface, and allows people to communicate over a LAN with static IP addresses without the need for a central server. Furthermore, it provides functions to query the ICQ and AIM networks.
PyKCS11 is a PKCS#11 wrapper for Python. It lets you access almost all PKCS#11 functions and data types using any PKCS#11 library, such as the various modules supplied by smartcard vendors. It comes with two interfaces: a low level and very thin interface over the original PKCS#11 API, generated using the SWIG compiler (designed for library tests), and a high level interface that offers simpler access (with few limits) to the PKCS#11 APIs.
pyFlashCards is a wxPython-based application for creating and studying flash cards. Its main features are the Leitner algorithm for repeating cards, HTML tags, images, and Unicode characters inside cards. These features allow you to study any language, use special characters, and highlight important concepts with colors and different font effects. The Leitner algorithm maximizes long term memory retention.
Escluderlate is a Java game for mobiles and portable devices (J2ME). The scope is surviving inside the arena more than the computer controlled opponent(s). You have to avoid crashing on the walls that each player leaves behind. You can move your pointer using the arrows, or the keys 2(up), 4(left), 6(right), and 8(down). Escluderlate contains 21 different levels and 3 different speeds, but it's easily extendable.
ParseGenBank is a minimalistic, incremental, event-driven GenBank Flat File Format parser. It aims to efficiently produce events for keywords, features, qualifiers, and coding data. It does not attempt to parse the contents of feature or qualifier data, but provides a framework on which such a system can be built.
GtkEveMon is a skill monitoring stand-alone application for GNU/Linux systems. It is written in C++ and uses GTK for the GUI. You can monitor your current skills and your skill training process without starting EVE-Online, but (of course) you still need a working Internet connection.
Pklinux-bigi is a Slackware derived distribution based on glibc 2.2 and Linux 2.4.0-test11. It can run on 386, 486, 586, and Pentium machines with only 4 MB of RAM. Builtin features include IP tunneling, firewalling, encapsulation, QOS(based on ipv4 RSVP), kernel debugging, loopback, network block device, and numerous filesystems (including ntfs and sysV). It contains Apache, proftpd, bind 9.0, syslogd, sendmail, iptables, iproute2, and gated. NAT configuration by iptables is included by default. It is a loopdisk based distribution which can be directly run from DOS, no hdd partitioning needed. This distribution is kept as minimal as possible and it can be useful in places where you want a low end computer to act as a firewall, webserver, mail server, router, or an alternative to zipslack.