RoasterBase is a database for storing coffee beans, blends, and roasting profiles. Live data input (while roasting), reroasting instructions of an existing profile, and stock management of beans is supported. A plot of the profiles is drawn, and can be exported to be printed or shown to other roasters on the Web. The UI of Roasterbase is aimed at efficient live data input and use on a laptop next to the roaster.
PiSi is a modern package manager for UNIX systems. It has been designed to meet the requirements of the Pardus Linux distribution, and it is not derived from any other package manager. It is efficient and small. Package sources are written in XML and Python. Fast database access is implemented with Berkeley DB. It integrates both low-level and high-level package operations. Sources can be maintained easily through a version control system as original sources do not have to be copied. It uses a framework approach to build applications and tools upon. It has both a comprehensive CLI and a user-friendly Qt-based GUI.
gmailbox allows offline browsing of a gmail folder with your favorite email client. It includes one script that retrieves the folder and stores it in an mbox file, and another script that implements a POP3 server that can be accessed by an email client to download the messages for offline use.