j2Bin is an application that helps Java developers distribute their Java programs (.jar's) as Linux executables, making the programs easy to run and use for the end user. The jar file can be either included in or excluded from the generated executable. The minimum and maximum required versions of Java may be indicated.
UniMatrix is an application for planning your everyday business at university. It helps you to manage your lessons and exams. The program starts up by presenting you with your upcoming lessons, and it can show all necessary information on one screen. Internationalized versions are available.
GasTracker will allow you to keep track of your gas mileage and display the results in an easy to read Web site. None of the data is harvested from the Web, but is rather entered manually by the user and for the user. Currently, the program only supports the English system of miles and gallons.
HLBR is an IPS (Intrusion Prevention System) that can filter packets directly in layer 2 of the OSI model (invisible to attackers). Detection of malicious/anomalous traffic is done by rules based on signatures. It is an efficient and versatile IPS, and can be used as a bridge to honeypots and honeynets. HLBR is a firewall element and can use regular expressions to detect malicious traffic. For example, a rule which might detect links to viruses in email messages would be 'tcp regex(href="[^\n]+\.scr")'.
Pinot is a D-Bus service that crawls, indexes your documents, and monitors them for changes. It is also a GTK-based user interface that enables you to query the index built by the service or your favorite Web engine, and display and analyze the results. It makes full use of advanced indexing and search facilities offered by Xapian, features language detection, dynamic document summaries, easy labelling of documents, and internal support for common file types. The D-Bus interface allows easy integration with other applications.