QuickSummary is a plugin for Mozilla Thunderbird which parses text and highlights the lines the user selects as being the most important. For example, if the user defines three important sentences, the first appears highlighted in green, the second in yellow, and the third in red.
libsas is a Python library to take the pain out of using SaaS APIs. It provides an abstraction layer on top of various APIs, taking care of constructing the URLs, serializing parameters, and authentication. You just call Python methods and receive Python objects. It's like an ORM for SaaS.
Arronax is a plugin for Nautilus (the GNOME default file manager) to create and modify application starters (".desktop files"). It adds the menu item "Create starter for this file" to the context menu (the menu you get when you right-click a file in the file manager). If the file is an application starter, you get the item “Modify this starter” instead. If you have icons enabled on your desktop, Arronax adds the menu item “Create starter” to your desktop’s context menu.
err is a plugin-based XMPP chatbot designed to be easily deployable, extensible, and maintainable. It is written in Python, and is based on jabberbot and yapsy with some minor modifications to the first one. It has been tested with HipChat and Openfire, but should be compatible with any XMPP/Jabber servers. It can be set up so that a restricted list of persons have administration rights. Dynamic plugin architecture: the bot admin can install/uninstall/enable/disable plugins dynamically just by chatting with the bot. Supports MUCs (chatrooms). Can proxy and route one to one messages to MUC so it can enable simpler XMPP notifiers to be MUC compatible (such as the Jira XMPP notifier). It is easily extensible. It provides an an automatic persistence store per plugin, and a !help command that dynamically generates the documentation from the Python docstrings of the commands. Create a user for the bot on your private XMPP server or a public server like jabber.org. Optionally, you can create a MUC (also called a conference room or chatroom) in which you can interact with the bot.