OpenOffice.org Tools is a GUI-based Java program that complements OpenOffice. The tools include a Writer file properties viewer, a modified word counter, and a bibliography converter. The file properties viewer reads, displays, and searches the properties (title, subject, keywords, and comments) of all OpenOffice Word Processor documents in a directory. The view can be customized and auto-loaded on program start-up. The word counter counts words bounded by spaces. This is different from the word count provided by OpenOffice, which counts hyphenated words as more than one word. The bibliography converter imports bibliographic information from BibTeX and OpenOffice files and exports them to a database format supported by OpenOffice to be used as a bibliography database.
FlyWay is a navigational route planner for pilots. It allows the user to find and select waypoints (airports, navigational aids, and fixes), then calculates distances, courses, wind corrections, and times. Information about the waypoints is provided (including frequencies, elevation, fuel availability, and runway descriptions). The route data is also used to fill in an editable FAA Flight Plan form. FlyWay has an X11 GUI based on the PyQt library.
File Ripper is a file extractor based on header recognition. It can be used to recover files from unfragmented disk images where filesystem information has been lost or otherwise corrupted, or the files have been inadvertently deleted. It detects and extracts ZIP, PNG, GIF, JPG, HTML, DOC, CDR, DOS EXE, LBM, PBM, ANM, BAT, BAS, RTF, HLP, WAV, WRI, ARJ, ANS, ZZT, FRM, text BAS, BMP, MZB, FLI, MSP, MZX, GDM, IT, S3M, SAV, BRD, LZH/LHA, MOD, XM, VOC, SVX, ABM, Quetzal, and certain obscure bulletin board system formats.
The Missing Man Pages Poject (or m2p2) aims to provide man pages for various applications whose authors did not provide an adequate man page. Since proper documentation is crucial for optimal use of an operating systems and its tools, it is important that each and every application has a man page describing at least all the available command line options and a general overview of what the program does. If the author of a particular piece of software did not provide a proper man page for his or her project, the Missing Man Pages Project aims to provide it.
Freemed-YiRC is a PHP package based on Freemed for use with Youth in Residential Care (YiRC) agencies. Its aim is to be a complete package to replace legacy non-free apps which aren't customizable. Since it's PHP-based, all that is needed for the client is a good Web browser with extensive table support. Some of the objectives for Freemed-YiRC are: User Management, a Contact Database, Clinical CaseNotes, an Incident Report System, an email client, a Service Plan System, a Timecard System, and Medical Billing (Medicaid/Insurance/Private).
DBMEdit is a web-based DBM database editor (in Perl 5). If you use DBM files and don't have a simple way to edit them, you'll want this. It treats each element in the DBM as several fields joined by a delimiter, in effect supporting multiple columns within the single-column DBM format. DBMEdit displays your DBM database as a table, and provides auto-sized forms to add or edit records. Multi- user access is safe.
Snow Path Formation Simulator is a program that models the process of people forming very distinct, and yet not always altogether logical looking, paths in the snow as they walk across open spaces. The evolving condition of the snow is displayed graphically. This project may eventually mature into a screensaver.