Palabre is a Flash XML multi-user socket server. It is meant to be used as replacement for the Macromedia Flash Communication Server. It's much more limited, but it has all the basic features for connecting Flash-based clients through XML sockets (such as sending and receiving messages or creating rooms). You can use it to create multiuser applications like chatting, (almost) real time games, and online support. It does not include video streaming functions.
AT-Project is an Eclipse plugin for change management of IT projects. It handles bugs, tasks, and changes according to the product structure and issues of a software development project. It helps to track code file changes related to project configuration items. The client-server version improves collaboration. Other features include user management, portfolios, and reporting.
Internote is an implementation of persistent sticky notes for Firefox. Internote allows you to create notes on a Web page which will still be there when you return. Notes are very customizable, and come with many small, useful features. A manager is available, in which you can see all of your saved notes, edit them, print them, and delete them.
Free Image Manipulator (FIM) allows you to manipulate a whole set of images at once easily. You can resize all images from the set to the same size and convert between the most popular file types like PNG, JPEG, and GIF. You can also add text or logos to the images with a specified background and opacity level and color.
BazAR is an augmented reality library based on efficient computer vision techniques. It contains an easy to use geometric and photometric camera calibration system. It works in real-time with one or more cameras. A simple OpenGL GLSL shader augments the video stream by inserting artificial 3D objects, shaded with the calibrated lightmap, on a real surface. BazAR is based on a very fast textured planar object detector and features point classification trees.
The Distributed Concurrent Versioning System (DCVS) extends the well-known version control system CVS and the file distribution and synchronization program CVSup with functionality to distribute CVS repositories with local lines of development and handle synchronization of the distributed repositories automatically in the background. Development lines (branches) are owned by a repository server, repository servers efficiently update each other via CVSup, and CVS ensures correct server use on checkin and branch creation.