ViewIt is a fast and easy to use image viewer that supports most popular image formats, including JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PSD, raw, dng, and more. Important features include a unique, intuitive interface, fullscreen mode, quick image sorting, printing, digital camera support, and EXIF tags. It currently includes plugins to convert file formats, create Web pages, create Finder previews, lose less JPEG transformations, support shell scripts, rename images sequentially, create contact sheets, and email images.
GeoToad is a geocaching query tool to help speed up the boring part of geocaching: choosing the cache and collecting the data. It allows you to generate any kind of complex query you want, and the program will go and poll the Geocaching query, grab the data, and output it to any format you want. The Geocache info can be synced straight to your GPS, iPod, PDA, or cell phone in over 20 different formats.
Bocazas is an IRC chat applet that gives visitors to your Web page access to any chat network and the ability to have public and private conversations simultaneously and transfer files. It accepts all IRC commands but has an easy interface and supports English, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, German, Catalan, and Galego.
The Prelude Library (libprelude) is the glue that binds all aspects of Prelude together. Prelude is a hybrid Intrusion Detection framework implementing an open communication layer for use by any security application. libprelude is a library that enables Prelude components to communicate with the Prelude concentrator. It also makes it easy for third party software to be made 'Prelude Aware' (able to communicate with Prelude components). It provides common, useful features used by every sensor.
JCap is a Java application for adding captions and descriptions to your digital photograph collection and includes a search dialog for finding photos later. It is completely self-contained; it doesn't require a separate database application or Web server to run. Captions, descriptions, and keywords are stored in plain text files in the same folder as the images they describe and can be read by any application that can read text files. The primary goals are: to help you find photos later, to help share photos with others, and to be able to read photo captions and descriptions thirty years from now on whatever computer you happen to have at the time.