Chess Database and Toolkit program
"Shane's Chess Information Database" is a huge chess toolkit with extensive database, analysis and chess-playing features. Scid vs. PC is a usability and bug-fix fork of Scid. It has extensive interface fixes and improvements, and is fully compatible with Scid's .si4 databases. It's new features include a rewitten Gamelist, a Computer Tournament, and FICS, Tree and Book improvements.
PySolFC (PySol Fan Club edition) is an extended version of PySol (a solitaire card games collection).
Chess Database Application
Scidb is an open-source chess database application for Windows, Unix/Linux. It is a new development inspired by Scid.
AudeLA is a TCL extension aimed at providing amateur astronomers with image processing, telescope controling, ccd camera driving, and various astronomical algorithms.
EMU is a collection of software tools for the creation, manipulation and analysis of speech databases. At the core of EMU is a database search engine which allows queries based on the sequential and hierarchical structure of the annotations.
A powerful editor and graphical debugger for code written in Scilab
Scipad is a powerful editor and graphical debugger for programs written in the Scilab language. It is a mature and highly configurable editor, almost entirely written in Tcl/Tk. Scipad is a free software running on Linux and Windows. Licence is GPL V2.
Advanced programmer's code editor written in Tcl/Tk
A modern and advanced programmer's code editor written in Tcl/Tk.
Sticky notes/post-it application for linux
MyNotes is a sticky notes/post-it application. Notes are created using the system tray icon. They can be organized in categories and each category has a color. Images, checkboxes and a few predefined symbols can be inserted in the notes. The style of the text can be changed (alignment, style, color).
A simple software update notifier for debian based systems
A simple, light-weight, desktop-independent update notification applet for the system tray on apt based systems as Debian, Ubuntu or Linux Mint. A cron job runs in the background and periodically checks for pending software updates, the applet informs you by its color about the state of your system. Through its menu you can view the list of pending updates, check for updates and install these. The main goal of un-applet is to provide an easy way to help users to keep their system up to date without getting in the user's way while keeping software dependencies at a minimum.