Biaroza is a multi-dictionary system for human languages which aims to set a standard on such type of software. It works internally (and externally if you want so) in UTF-8. The software itself supports querying by particles, customizable in/out filtering, and interface mode (for using with another software) among other features.
Tkjmdict is a dictionary program written in Tcl/Tk which utilises the Japanese multilingual JMdict dictionary from the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group in Monash University, Australia. The JMdict consists of more than 150,000 Japanese entries translated to English with varying degree of support for German, French, and Russian.
KQ is a old school console-style RPG. Take the part of one of eight mighty heroes as you search for the Staff of Xenarum. Visit over twenty different locations, fight a multitude of evil monsters, wield deadly weapons, and cast powerful spells. On your quest, you will find out how the Oracle knows everything, who killed the former master of the Embers guild, why no one trusts the old man in the manor, and what exactly is terrorizing the poor Denorians. It was abandoned by its original author and rescued by the Allegro community. KQ runs on DOS, Windows, Linux, and OS X.
KDiff3 is a program that compares two or three text input files or directories, shows the differences line by line and character by character, provides an automatic merge facility and an integrated editor for comfortable solving of merge conflicts, and has an intuitive graphical user interface.
GPS is a free software multi-platform and multi-language integrated development environment (IDE). It provides a wide range of tools integrated together, and features particularly powerful source navigation capabilities. GPS also integrates GVD, the GNU Visual Debugger, and replaces it.