Transolution is a Computer Aided Translation (CAT) suite supporting the XLIFF standard. It provides the open source community with features and concepts that have been used by commercial offerings for years to improve translation efficiency and quality. The suite is modular to make it flexible and provides an XLIFF Editor, translation memory engine and filters to convert different formats to and from XLIFF. The use of XLIFF means that almost any content can be localized as long as there is a filter for it (XML, SGML, PO, RTF, StarOffice/OpenOffice, etc.).
Positron is a video editing application based on Blender. It supports real-time HD and SD editing, an easy-to-learn, user-friendly, intuitive user interface, professional colour correction, DVD authoring, sound editing, a full complement of transitions and fades, editing proxies, renderfarm ability, node-based composition, and much more.
dot2gdl is a converter from GraphViz Dot files into aiSee (formerly xvcg) GDL files. Although the conversion is non-trivial in general due to different concepts of controlling the layout algorithms, the application converts many graphs nicely already. This package contains a library and a command line tool.
The Web Data Access Developer provides a single package based on the Eclipse framework that bundles both a development environment and a run-time environment for generating Web-based data access clients without writing a single line of code. It features a simple point-and-click interface and can be connected to any of several user interface development tools in order to target different developer skills. It is an end-to-end solution that results in a simpler and less expensive development and deployment tool for form-based data access clients.
Live Poker is an OpenGL-based multiplayer poker client. Its features include customizable 3D characters, professional character voices, in-room chat, an integrated private chat system, advanced actions for speedy game play, and all the classic poker games (e.g. Hold 'em, Omaha, and Hi-Low). Native clients are available for Mac OS X 10.3-10.4 and Windows.
JAP makes it possible to browse the Web anonymously and unobservably. JAP uses a single static address which is shared by many JAP users. That way, neither the visited Web site nor an eavesdropper can determine which user visited which Web site. Instead of connecting directly to a Web server, users take a detour, connecting with encryption through several intermediaries, so-called mixes.
Gammu+ is a tool for developers and users to help explore cellular phones functionality over Bluetooth, infrared, or cable. It currently supports, for example, various Nokia devices. Depending on the phone model, it can manage the phone book, calendar, todo, notes, SMS, MMS, and phone filesystem (with such tasks as backup/restore for data using files/PostgreSQL, sending SMS, viewing MMS, and more).