Bofhlog is a simple tool for "active" and "passive" monitoring of Unix log files. "Active" means that you can see the changes in log files on the screen as new log entries are entered by syslog. It is the same functionality that "tail -f" offers, except that bofhlog can handle logrotate. "Passive" means that you don't have to watch the logs all the time; bofhlog can email or contact you by other means if something "critical" is entered in the log files. "Critical" means that bofhlog can be used both as a lightweight security auditing tool and as an error diagnostic tool for a Unix system.
Taru is appointment scheduler that was designed for use within a university for scheduling demo times between course assistants and students. It includes support for calendar synchronization with iCal and Google. Taru means "to be sufficient, to be enough" in Japanese and "myth" in Finnish.
Coffee Pot is an accounting system for coffee cups targeted for the data communication software group at the Aalto University. The Django-based server-side software includes a database system and a Web management interface. The client side software is customized for N810 tablets.
Kaiku (Japanese for "evolution", Finnish for "echo") is a Web-based reservation system for physical items. It allows you to check what is in the inventory and to keep track of who has borrowed which items. It was designed for use within a university to reserve and keep track of phones, tablets, and other gadgets borrowed by students.