Go4IT is a test environment based on the TTCN-3 language. This standardized language simplifies the process of translating an existing standard into test cases and test suites. Using a TTCN test environment allows you to validate hardware or applications against a given standard. A user management interface together with logging capabilities allow you to fine tune the tests to be run and exploit the results to solve the issue in case a test would fail. Free registration is required to access the download area.
GoWeather displays an attractive representation the current weather conditions for a particular location, along with upcoming weather forecasts. The source of the data are small, text-based reports in a standard format (METAR and Zone Forecast (ZFP)) made available from an unchanging, reliable source (the National Weather Service (NWS)). GoWeather is FLTK-based, has a small form-factor, and the data files are very small and can be accessed offline. This means GoWeather is suitable for Linux handhelds (like the Agenda VR3 PDA).
Goanseech is a spinoff of the leverlada IRC leech script. One of its core parts was extracted and remade into a standalone server. This server holds information about the basic pattern that specifies the base name of a TV series, which episodes were already fetched, and the maximum number of episodes. There are several clients, including a script that parses Web pages for Bittorrent links, matches them against the information on the series server, and controls a user-defined number of Bittorrent clients for retrieval. There is also a directory watcher which scans a given set of directories and updates the series server with newly found files.
GobbleRSS is a Web-based RSS reader inspired from the previous version of Google Reader. It was developed as an alternative to Google Reader for people who need to access their RSS articles from home or work, but with the ability to download unread articles to a PDA. Since Google Reader doesn't yet have a public API that would allow a PDA to grab the latest unread articles, GobbleRSS was developed to allow PDA sync applications to download a single Web page that contains a certain number of unread articles. You can then read those articles on the go.
Gochacha is a functional replacement for BeanUtils, allowing you to manipulate beans using strings. Gochacha, however, is much simpler because it takes advantage of Java 1.5 autoboxing. It also foregoes BeanUtils' singleton 'registry' of transformers for a context-like approach where the calling application manages state.