AI Talk is a MIDlet (a Java program for wireless devices) that allows a user to talk with an intelligent robot, called Anna. It takes input from the user and sends it to an Anna Web server. Anna will reply to the user, and the conversation will continue as long as the user does not exit the application.
WebUMake File Manager is a small but powerful script that gives you control over your files and directories. It allows you to delete, rename, copy, move, create, and set permissions, and supports uploading, viewing, and editing files. Directories can be password protected if Apache is being used, the server can be searched for files, and a tree view of all the directories can be viewed.
DBX works using XML files as its native format. The database can be queried using standard SQL queries. DBX is the smallest, platform independent DBMS, and is extremely easy to migrate to. For small databases, it is a good substitute for MySQL, Oracle, etc. The added advantage is that it saves the data as neat, readable, XML files, allowing easy compatibility.
HappyDoc is a tool for extracting documentation from Python source code. It differs from other such applications by the fact that it uses the parse tree for a module to derive the information used in its output instead of importing the module directly. This allows the user to generate documentation for modules which need special context to be imported.
Parzeltounge is a Python module for accessing FramerD databases. Unlike solutions which provide bindings to the FramerD C libraries, Parzeltounge works by implementing the base DType protocol of FramerD with translations into Python types. In the long run, this should produce a more useful and efficient development environment.
werkmail is a browser-based mail client written in php. It handles imap and pop3 mail servers. It supports attachment sending and viewing, cc and bcc fields, replying, forwarding and deleting mail. It is not necessary that the host serving werkmail and the computer the mailbox is located on are the same machine. The user can connect to werkmail (and to his mailbox) from every computer in the world that has an internet connection and a web browser.