psx tracker is a torrent tracker designed as a private tracker. There is no public registration. Only administrators and moderators can create an account. This tracker was developed to share big files with friends over the Internet. The tracker lacks a ratio system, so all users can seed or leech how they like. psx tracker has an easy-to-use user managment system and you can access the torrents via an RSS feed.
FSter is a virtual filesystem implementation based on FUSE and exploiting Tracker's indexer to allow access to files according to the metadata with which they’re associated. Its behavior is highly customizable with XML configuration to describe in detail the desired hierarchy of files.
Vermis is an issue tracker and project management tool for software developers and project managers. It has been created for improving quality of code, efficiency, and speed of development. Designed as a standard Web application, it can be used on almost any platform and hosting service, including Windows, Linux, and more.
PHPTracker is a PHP library to generate .torrent files, set up a Bittorrent tracker server, and a seed server too. It is capable of creating standard .torrent files from any file on your server, tracking client peers and managing peer announcements, and initially seeding your file with a peer daemon that automatically shuts down once you have enough external seeders.
Desfonema Sequencer is a tracker-inspired MIDI sequencer. It uses a pattern oriented design, with n tracks by pattern. It offers a piano roll editor for tracks, and a tabbed track interface for patterns. It features convenient keyboard shortcuts, a virtual keyboard, step and live editing, MIDI input (ALSA), and a text-based file format that is easy to edit manually or merge and better suited for version systems like Subversion.
MyGeoTrails allows you to mark places of interest on the map along the trail created by the app and share them on Facebook if you wish. You may even share the complete trail with the click of a button. Use retrace mode to travel back on a trail already created before. The app records your GPS locations periodically when you press the start trail button. The information is stored only in your phone. When you explicitly share your trail information, only then is the information moved around on the Internet.