X Application Server System (XASS) allows for the creation of 'application servers' and clients which request that applications be run on a server but displayed locally. Servers can be queried for an application or services can be broadcasted. Authentication is provided, and applications are run as the user who requested them, although this is configurable. It allows applications to be served in heterogeneous, load-balanced, or distributed environments.
i.Scribe is a cross platform email client, address book, and calendar. It is small, fast, and easy to install. It has multi-language support, and currently includes English, French, Chinese Traditional,Italian, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Czech, Polish, Spanish, German, Russian, and Dutch translations. It is very expandable via a plugin interface, and uses its own HTML engine (and not IE when run on Windows). It supports POP3, [E]SMTP, MIME, IMAP4, and MAPI. An integrated contact database and calendar are included.
tk3 is open source, multi-platform software for configuring the ICOM IC-R3 portable radio/television receiver. It can read a memory image from the radio, from a native tr3 file, from an IC3 file created by Butel's ARC3 program, and from an ICF file downloaded from the Percon FCC web database. Memory channel information may be imported from and exported to a CSV (comma-separated values) file.