Channel is a C++ template framework for distributed message passing and event dispatching. Its major components (message IDs, routing algorithms...) are highly configurable as template parameters. As a namespace shared by peer threads, channels support publish/subscribe scope control, message filtering, and translation.
ThoughtPad is a simple multi-document editor for taking and organizing notes quickly. You can edit in the text area. Switching to another file is just one menu action. Save, Save As, Rename, and Delete do pretty much what you'd expect. Options allow customizing the colors and fonts.
jrawio is a Service Provider Implementation for the Java Image I/O API that provides the capability to read images stored in a "camera raw" format. It supports various formats from the major camera manufacturers (e.g. NEF, CRW, CR2, PEF, SRF, MRW) as well as Adobe Digital Negative Format (DNG). It is made of pure Java code and does not require any native library.
MobiLog! is a powerful standalone blogging tool that allows you to update a mobile weblog ("moblog") remotely using any email-capable device, such as a cellular phone. You can even send images from your camera phone and have them automatically posted to your Web site. Additional features include Atom syndication format support, automatic thumbnail creation, a browsable entry archive, password protection for entry submission, and much more. The appearance of MobiLog! can be customized easily.
mhrw is a commandline tool for manipulating mail headers. It can be useful in complex MTA setups. Header entries can be manipulated through regular expressions. Additionally, it can be used to add header entries. mhrw was written to get better performance than scripts using tools such as sed, awk, and tr. mhrw is able to pipe mail messages through external commands, depending on matching a regular expression.