ImaginView Photo Gallery Class is a class for creating photo galleries. It features automatic thumbnail generation/caching, is recursive, and supports JPEG and PNG (and GIF, if your GDlib has GIF support). It's template-based, making customization easy, and it uses footers/headers in txt/html/php format.
ElegantJ Chart Designer IDE is an easy-to-use intuitive application to design customized, dynamic, interactive 2D and 3D charts in less than 5 minutes. It can import data from a wide variety of data sources: text, SQL, or XML through HTTP or FTP. It can work with different Java architectures such as Java Enterprise Edition, JSP, Servlet, and Java Standard Edition. It works with IDEs such as Borland JBuilder, Sun Java Studio Creator, NetBeans, or Eclipse Editor.
Gte is a Texture editor for the POVray raytracer. You can create a texture's declaration in POVray's language by means of normal text or via Tk Widgets adapted for this special usage. You can also make a test rendering with selected lights, and store and retrieve previous declaration statements.
phpshow is a server-side Web script that provides an image browser and a cross-fading slideshow. You simply place it in a Web folder with images and it works. It first shows a browser overview with automatically generated thumbnails. Clicking on a button or one of the pictures starts a slideshow where images are resized to fit the window by default. A variety of cross-fading and blending modes are also included. It also offers the user the option to download zip archives of all photos in browse mode.
grunch is a package of scripts and software which can take a pair of side-by-side partial scans of an image, and merge them into a single image without leaving an obvious seam. It was written to allow LP record jackets to be scanned using an ordinary single-page flatbed scanner. It requires the pbmplus/netpbm tools, and the bash shell. grunch should compile and run correctly on almost any Unix-type O/S which supports these tools.
Screen-shooter is a Gnome applet which sits on your panel and allows you to take screenshots at the click of a button. By acting as a frontend to the import program supplied by ImageMagick, it uses the power therein to provide support for a gazillion file-types with adjustable compression. Two buttons are provided, one for an entire desktop screenshot, and one for selecting individual windows or dragging to select rectangular areas. It also supports command substitution in filenames (for date stamps, etc) and has a number of further options. Screen-shooter is still under development, but version 0.8.2 is believed to be stable.