Curtain is a templating system akin to TAL, together with the METAL and Zope's i18n extensions. It's compiled, based on SAX, and thought to read and produce always well-formed XML. The syntax and semantics are kept very simple, and strive to be 100% tested and documented as a development principle.
PARPG is a post-nuclear role playing game. It is inspired in multiple ways by the classics of the golden age of isometric RPGs: first and foremost Fallout (for setting), but also Arcanum (for quality of graphics), as well as Planescape: Torment (for quality of written dialogue). It puts heavy emphasis on choice and consequence, based on the statistics of the character you play, while minimizing the importance of the player's reflexes. Therefore, combat is not fought in real-time but in a turn-based mode. Instead of full 3D flexibility, the game focuses mainly on using high quality isometric 2D graphics. This puts fewer demands on target platforms and also simplifies game development.
TorrentGrab is a script that searches isoHunt for specific keywords, parse results using regular expressions, and then downloads episode numbers not located in saved list. It's not too user friendly. Although configuration is straightforward, it still requires you to know regular expressions.
Bazaar is a simple decentralized revision control system. Decentralized revision control systems give users the ability to branch remote repositories to a local context. Users can commit to local branches without requiring special permission from the branches that they branched from.
NoSpex is a Python scripted realtime graphing library designed to be easily employed by security consultants and reverse engineers for teasing apart and depicting the relationships between processes in a system under analysis. It is realtime in the sense that the graph is continuously rendered and animated as new relationships are introduced. It is easily employed in the sense that all the bookkeeping is done by the Python module and exposed using a simple thread-safe API. NoSpex relies on the SDL graphic library for a frame buffer and Cairo for rendering to the frame buffer. This combination produces a fast and visually elegant graph that should be portable wherever SDL and Cairo can be found.
PyCryptoPlus is a cryptographic module similar to PyCrypto, with which it shares the API. But PyCryptoPlus is written 100% in Python, so its primary interest is educational and scientific; if you want real speed, you're better checking out PyCrypto. It was not completely written from scratch, but integrates other cipher codes when available in Python and under appropriate licenses. It contains, among other things: Block cipher algorithms (Serpent, Blowfish, Twofish, DES, 3DES, AES, Rijndael, and PRESENT); modes of operation (CMAC, ECB, CBC, CTR, and XTS); paddings (bit padding, zeros, PKCS7, PKCS12, ISO 10126, and ANSI X.923); and one-way functions (MD5, SHA1/SHA2, Whirlpool, RipeMD, RadioGatun, HMAC, and PBKDF2).
scikits.learn is a Python module that integrates classic machine learning algorithms in the tightly-knit world of scientific Python packages. It aims to provide simple and efficient solutions to learning problems that are accessible to everybody and reusable in various contexts: machine-learning as a versatile tool for science and engineering.