Portable OS X FOSS applications
OS X FOSS portable applications are packaged so you can carry around on any portable device, USB thumb drive, iPod, portable hard drive, memory card, other portable device (or also on your internal hard disk), taking your preferences with you.
a free cross platform checksum utility, supports 58+ hash algorithms
Jacksum is a platform independent checksum utility (written entirely in Java) for computing and verifying (integrity check) checksums, CRC and hashes (fingerprints). It supports 58 popular hash algorithms and a lot of unique features.
Multiplatform data-driven test automation execution services
SAFS is a software test automation framework supporting data-driven (aka keyword-driven) functional test automation and associated services. The framework can run stand-alone on Windows, Linux, and Mac as well as integrate the use of IBM Rational Functional Tester, IBM Rational Robot, Smart Bear/AutomatedQA Test Complete, Apple XCode UIAutomation, Android SDK Automaton, Thoughtworks Selenium, and several other tools. Among other features, it provides advanced support of language localization testing (NLS) allowing the same tests to work for many different languages or test configurations. With various different tool configurations SAFS can be used to test Java, Web/Html, Flex, .Net, WPF, Win, iOS, and Android domains natively. And with advanced Image-Based Testing support built-in SAFS can be used to test virtually anything, anywhere.
MY MAMP DUMP is a free Mac OS X Automator workflow to import and export databases of MAMP (http://www.mamp.info/en/mamp) and/or MAMP PRO (http://www.mamp.info/en/mamp-pro).
JigdoOSX provides a port of the Jigdo download tool to the Mac OS. It is currently accessible from the Terminal and also via a Mac OS X GUI (AquaJigdo).
MWCC Is a web interface to remotely control your Mac. It uses a combination of PHP, Shellscript and Applescript to control iTunes, launch applications, monitor folders, show disk usage and much more..
Useful Mac Services
UMS is a collection of Mac OS X Services. Services are contextual workflows available throughout Mac OS X. They accept text or files from the current application or the Finder and appear in the Services menu. They can be used to shorten repetitive tasks f.e on files or folders.
synadmin is a collection of scripts, modifications, tools, graphics, and more that the U. of Utah Student Computing Labs uses on their student, staff, faculty and special purpose Mac OS X computers to manage the user experience, security, and maintenance