Torta shows you where your disk space is going. It uses the graphical format used by filelight to represent disk usage. Unlike filelight, it can be run on a computer with no graphical environment: it generates a Flash file that can be consulted, locally or remotely, using any browser that has the Flash plugin installed.
Modell (Modular Extension Lisp Language) is an object-oriented, modular variant of the LISP programming language, specially suitable for embedding in applications using a C++ API. It is implemented as a C++ library (libmodell) and a command-line interactive interpreter for testing and rapid development, and includes modules for diverse tasks such as math, strings processing, interaction with the operating system, and others.
REDLisp is currently only an interpreter of a new dialect of Lisp. It already has GTK and SDL_mixer support. Functions partially work. Macros will be added very soon, as will classes, multiplatform sockets, and threads. REDLisp isn't meant to replace any current Common Lisp implementation, but is just a pet project of a college student.
lns.http is a simple framework for writing Common LISP Web applications. It handles the incoming connections, parses HTTP headers and queries, and finally hands control over to your URL handler. It is an HTTP/1.1 compatible Web server, but tries to achieve compatibility with lesser (down to the informal HTTP/0.9) clients.
Invenio (formerly CDSware) is a suite of applications that provides the framework and tools for building and managing an autonomous digital library server. It complies with the Open Archives Initiative metadata harvesting protocol (OAI-PMH) and uses MARC 21 as its underlying bibliographic standard. Its flexibility and performance make it a comprehensive solution for the management of document repositories of moderate to large size.
fbsql aims to ease the use of Firebird and Interbase databases by providing clean client libraries for different languages. The raw Firebird/Interbase API is very awkward and hard to work with, while fbsql is easy and straightforward, like the sqlite and MySQL APIs. Currently C and Lisp are supported. fbsql uses IBPP, a C++ Interbase/Firebird API for its implementation. It's basically just a thin wrapper around IBPP to make it accessible in C.
ssqlfs uses a defined file/directory structure to generate an SQL database which corresponds to that file/directory structure. Along with support for one-to-many tables, ssqlfs includes support for representing many-to-many tables. Ideally, the filesystem would be interconvertible with an SQL database, but at this point the functions for generating a file/directory structure from the SQL database remain to be thoroughly tested.