Gnarwl is an email autoreply tool like vacation(1). However, instead of requiring system accounts for every email address, it looks up its user information in an LDAP database. With gnarwl, users are no longer required to mess around with .forward files in order to use an email autoresponder.
JBrownie is a companion tool for Java developers preferring to use plain text editors for writing programs over a resource hungry IDE. The downside of this is that the Java compiler has to be started manually, which may seriously slow down work. JBrownie addresses this problem by monitoring the source tree and automatically recompiling any modified Java source files on the fly.
Logsmith is an extendable framework for processing and editing small text files. It can be seen as a combined (but stripped down) version of UN*X tools like awk, sed, and grep with a graphical user interface. The intent is to give users the powers such tools provide without having to train them in their use. In order to archive this goal, logsmith can easily be customized through a plugin architecture to perform the commons tasks that a specific user base might require.
Newsletter is a tool for Web site owners that wish to send newsletters to subscribed users. For this, the program must be supplied with a template file, holding mail header and body, as well as access to the user database (only MySQL is supported). The software will then generate and send one customized mail per user. Newsletter is not intended to be used for sending spam, and is designed in a way to prevent this kind of usage by requiring the use of one's own mailserver.
Pocket Bandit is a slot machine game for Android. It features a retro style with three reels and ten stops, and is modelled after the classic, mechanical fruit machines of the early 20th century and emulates devices such as the Mills Novelty QT Chevron, Mills Novelty Vestpocket, Groetchen IMP trade simulator, Pace Comet, and Liberty Bell. Unlike the original machines, it also includes elements of skilled and strategic play. You can spin the reels at different speeds by pulling the knob at different speeds, stop a reel at will by yanking the knob up, wager zero to three coins per round, and use no-wager rounds to skip over bad luck streaks.
ScenePainter is a program for creating comics by (re-)arranging prefabricated graphic elements, taken from a media library. It can also be used as a developer tool for programmers and artists that are building games using threering's nenya library. Currently, ScenePainter does not ship with resourcefiles of its own, but is able to extract graphics from the games "Puzzle Pirates" and "Bang Howdy" by three rings design, inc. These graphics however, are copyrigthed materials and require permission to be used (e.g. for creating fan art).