FFpocket is a tool for using ffmpeg's features. It carries out the tasks of frame decoding from a video file, audio decoding from a multimedia file (video/audio) precise frame/time seeking including b-frames, audio downsampling and special minmax averaging. The source code is intented to be simple, human-readable and free of memory leaks. It can be used as a shared library by larger projects that want to incorporate multimedia features.
Xplosion is a Web site engine whose purpose is to be as simple as possible while providing Web developers with easy installation and building of their own content, design, and application logic. It avoids complexity to make it easier for a Web developer to modify it. It also avoids mixing the API code with HTML to encourage clean design. This "Yet Another Engine" tries to innovate by using technologies that are not yet mainstream in Web development, like the PEAR Flexy Template engine.
Are you sure theora compiles on linux ? It actually, builds, begins to install but then at some point it wants to generate the documentation: Making install in spec ...
At last! Well done! Even though it is already pretty trivial to find such projects for Windows OS, this is something that was missing from Linux and other platforms.