Toolbar Icons is a collection of free toolbar icons. All icons are available as (Inkscape) SVG files. OMake build scripts that automatically generate PNG files of basically any size (using Inkscape) are included. PNG files in a few default sizes (16 x 16, 24 x 24, 32 x 32, and 256 x 256) are prepared in .tar.gz archives.
Diagnose is a portable vector editor designed for drawing various types of diagrams. It supports features common for this type of application: it allows you to draw lines, arrows, rectangles, and polygons, and it allows you to group them together, and so on. Moreover, it allows you to include snippets of the LaTeX code into the diagram. This means that you can use LaTeX to typeset formulas, paragraphs of text, etc.
Flowpaint is a next generation paint program that focuses on usability and power. It's cross platform and supports pressure sensitive graphics tablets. Planned features for future versions include user-editable procedural brushes, brushes created from pictures, layers with arbitrary data channels, infinite and wrapping canvas layouts, parametrized picture templates, and built-in support for downloading and sharing new brushes and templates.
Geomajas is an extensible spatial application framework, enabling integrated GIS solutions for businesses and government. It has an integrated client-server architecture, with a high focus on server-side integration of your data (be it through GeoTools or Hibernate). This means that you apply your security and business logic on the server before anything gets sent to the client, resulting in robust applications and a real thin client.
Gdadin is an Inkscape effect. It creates complex drawings from simple rules. The rules are defined with an intuitive GUI based on the Copy & Paste principle. The Gdadin concept and its main design have been heavily inspired by Cfdg (Context Free Design Grammar), a programming language used to compose and create drawings. Almost all drawings created with Cfdg can be reproduced with Gdadin.
Barcode Studio is designed to quickly create high-quality barcode images. It is commonly used for pre-press requirements, postal bar-coding, desktop publishing applications, mobile tagging, print shops, and general barcode purposes. It supports all linear barcodes (like Code39, 2of5, EAN, UPC, Code39, Code128, and EAN/UCC128), 2D barcodes (like PDF417, QR-Code, Aztec Code, DataMatrix ECC200, and MaxiCode), GS1 DataBar, and HIBC codes. Barcode data can be entered manually or imported from external data sources. Serial numbers are created automatically on demand. It has a built-in quality preview. Single as well as batch barcode creation is supported via the command line or the graphical user interface. Barcodes can be printed directly, copied to the clipboard, generated as image files (BMP, GIF, JPG, TIFF, or PNG) or exported as vector graphics (EPS, EMF, WMF , PDF, or PostScript). The created barcodes are useable immediately: Just insert the barcode graphics into your artwork, database, form, or any document.
Shoebot is a pure Python graphics robot: it takes a Python script as input, which describes a drawing process, and outputs a graphic in a common open standard format (SVG, PDF, PostScript, or PNG). It has a simple text editor GUI, and scripts can describe their own GUIs for controlling variables interactively. Being pure Python, it can also be used as a Python module, a plugin for Python-scriptable tools such as Inkscape, and run from the command line. It was directly inspired by DrawBot and Shoes. Thus, "Shoebot."