MightyCal is a powerful calendar/schedule building program which aims to be the MS Access of the Web calendaring world. It provides an easy-to-use administration interface for developing custom calendars of many types, from simple event bulletin boards, to schedulers of human/physical resource availability, to schedulers which automatically take programmed actions. Users of a MightyCal site can choose to view calendars in a wide variety of formats on numerous devices, from standard HTML to PDF and WML. MightyCal's architecture combines the object-oriented web development of Zope with the XML transformation capabilities of Cocoon.
PalmWords is an extensive Latin-English dictionary written for the PalmOS. It uses the lexicon developed by William Whitaker for his Latin Words. It is currently unable to handle all of the complex parsing that the original Words does, but it does a good job on content words (nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and pronouns). It doesn't like words that have "tackons" (like idem/eundem, aliqui/aliquem, etc.) or enclitics ("populusque").
TextCite is a program for organizing and commenting textual citations from texts (books, articles, or other published works) for use in producing scientific or academic publications. You can organize by publication, author, category, or outline. It works with bibliographic management programs like Citation, EndNote, RefWorks, and BibTeX, providing important text/citation management capabilities that these programs lack, while still allowing for rapid footnote and bibliography generation by means of your favorite bibliography manager. It also exports to PDF and Word (RTF).
I've been using HelpSet Maker to generate the help documentation for my Java program TextCite, and it's been a marvelous tool. I especially like the fact that it generates multiple document types, in addition to a JavaHelp file. The GUI isn't the most beautiful in the world, but it's extremely functional and full of helpful features. Two thumbs up!
Suggestion for addition to docs
After installing uschedule according to the docs, I tried adding/deleting jobs. I found that the uschedulerm command kept failing with the message "could not open_write fifo: device not configured". It took me a long time looking through the source, but it turns out that the answer is that the uscheduled daemon was not running.
You might want to add a mention to the installation docs that tells people to start the uscheduled daemon before trying to use the programs.