EsteidUtil is a wxWidgets GUI tool for managing the Estonian ID smartcard. It allows the user to see the data on th card, change PINs, and perform some basic diagnostics both on card and necessary opsys configuration. The code has useful low-dependency C++ classes for other kinds of smartcard handling.
Pondus is a personal weight manager that keeps track of your body weight. It aims to be simple to use, lightweight, and fast. The data can be plotted to get a quick overview of the history of your weight. A simple weight planner allows you to define "target weights" and this plan can be compared with the actual measurements in a plot.
MySKL is a thread-safe library that implements a skip list data structure, which is able to deal with generic data types. A skip list is a probabilistic data structure based on parallel linked lists, with efficiency comparable to a balanced binary search tree (O(log n)). This library is written in C, compatible with C++, and compilable under Linux and Windows. It uses Fred Fish's dbug library as the internal tracing/debugging system.
ns4 is a command line configuration management tool that runs on a Unix or Windows based operating system. It allows the automated backup of node (i.e. routers and switches) configurations to an FTP/SFTP server or local media on a daily basis to create configuration archives. It can run ad-hoc commands on multiple nodes as well as custom scripts for automating complex tasks. It uses Perl and allows you to manipulate the output of commands using regular expressions within scripts. Configuration based cartridges are used to specify new node types, allowing the user to extend its functionality in a simple and dynamic way.
FreeOTFE4PDA is an "on-the-fly" (OTFE) transparent disk encryption program. Using this software, you can create one or more "virtual memory cards" on your PDA. Anything written to one of these cards will be automatically and securely encrypted before being stored. A PC version is also available, allowing data encrypted on your PC to be read/written on your PDA, and vice-versa.