GPSBook is a tool to be used with your GPS receiver (GPSr). It manages traces, routes, and waypoints in gpx or Loc format. This tool can be used for geocaching, sports training, tracking, travel, and many outdoor activities. GPSBook can display map in 2D and 3D using google maps, satellite, terrain, earth or openStreetMap and openCycleMap.
db.* is a database management system (DBMS) designed to provide powerful, flexible, high-performance capabilities for developing embedded database applications. By combining the network and relational model technologies in a single system, it lets you organize and access information efficiently, regardless of the complexity of the data. The database has a very small footprint and because it is possible to use the network model to store some of the data, it can be very fast. It is also well-documented and quite simple to learn because of its C-based API.
Sporktris is a clone of Tetris-clones. It is meant to be fun, functional, and pretty, with as little annoyance as possible. It features pretty level backgrounds and colored pieces, customizable keys, high scores, and hopefully everything else you'd expect from a decent Tetris clone.
SkProd provides a way of building binary data for applications. SkProd has been historically developed for publishing tools. However, it can potentially be used for any application that needs some data to be compiled. The SkProd language emphasizes data flows. Instead of using imperative commands like if/for/while, a SkProd program describes how to produce data streams, and what operations (filters) should be applied on those data streams. Therefore, a typical SkProd program is not a sequence of functions, but rather is a tree whose roots are the input data streams, and whose leaves are the output data streams.