GoVRec is software for recording Go games on a Linux PDA. It was developed for the Agenda VR3 but uses XLib only, so it can be compiled on any computer with X11. Also, due to its layout it is easily portable to any PDA which can be programmed in C++. It features autosaving, sound, adding/replacing stones, browsing variations, etc.
DNS Module for AOLserver is a module that implements a DNS server and proxy. It can serve from its own database or perform forwarding to another DNS server and cache results. The server doesn't support a database directly, instead it provides commands similar to 'route add|del' to add and remove DNS records to/from memory cache.
Gem-Mex is the support environment for the Montages method. It guides the user through the process of designing and specifying a language and generates a specialized programming environment which allows users to analyze, execute, and animate programs of the specified languages. The language designer can use the generated environment as a semantics inspection tool to test and validate design decisions.
Journal is a Perl/CGI script that allows the user to keep a regular log of his/her thoughts. The interface is easy to understand, with only a few buttons to utilize. This journal is fast and able to be viewed and used by both text and graphical browsers. Drawbacks as of now are that it works better if Apache is running (but can be changed if the user can read Perl), and there is no installer. The pieces need to be hand placed (optimal placement in the README.txt), and there is not a Win32 port yet.
Jentchina is the client library part of "The Birds Lake" framework. It is independent of any graphical toolkit. Its role is to create the filter trees, to maintain them, and to propose an API that enables the application of a filter the easiest way possible (while remaining independent of any GUI). The Birds Lake is a big framework for applying a filter on a document using a remote filter server.