Artha is a handy thesaurus based on WordNet with distinct features like global hot key look up, passive desktop notification, regular expression based search, etc. Artha may be used as a free open-source replacement/clone to the proprietary WordWeb Pro thesaurus (which is also based on WordNet) on Unix-like and Windows operating systems.
PylotLight is a cross-platform, themeable, plugin-supporting system for general computing tasks. It is comparable to QuickSilver, which you may recognize if you use a Mac. Current plugins exist for Web searches, Firefox bookmark launching, filesystem browsing and managing, subversion control, terminal control, and more.
Kochizz is a graphical tool for facilitating the configuration of the Apache Web server. Rather than to adopt an approach where the assistants completely mask the real structure of the configuration files, Kochizz constantly authorizes the manual control of the directives it handles. It features contextual assistance based on the Apache-Documentation project, syntax highlighting, a hierarchical view of the tree structure of the directives and the files included, local server management, and more.
Auto Project Planner automatically calculates a proper project plan based on your effort estimations and the due dates you have in mind. A list of tasks and a list of employees can be defined. Tasks can be assigned to one or more employees. It is also possible to define a maximum percentage value an employee can/should work on a task. Public holidays, leaves, weekly working hours, and more parameters can be specified and are considered in the calculation. According to this input, the software computes time plans by minimizing the MSE (mean squared error) between expected and computed end dates.
wxOptParse is a Python program that brings up a graphical representation of the command line options of a Python program, if it happens to use the standard optparse module. What this means is that if if you have a program that uses optparse you can optionally click on checkboxes, edit boxes, combo boxes, etc. instead of using the command line.