The stuff here has no documentation and some of it may never be completed. This is my playground, use at your own risk.
CaC is a application to easily download and convert Videos from Videosites like YouTube, Google Video etc. It´s written in Lazarus / FreePascal and availible for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X Systems.
HTTP Directory Index consiste en un script PHP que actúa como interfaz gráfica amigable para indexar directorios Web.
Fire.now is a Firefox plugin that automatically adds your documents to the WhereIsNow latest version discovery service. Everytime you upload a document somewhere, Fire.now integrates the WhereIsNow keys into the file and add it's url to WhereIsNow.
FlexibleShare has FlexSpaces Alfresco doc mgt, workflow and search in pods with a dashboard style UI with added Flex UI pods (wiki, blog, discussions, calendar, doc lib pods) for Alfresco Share back-end. Based on FlexibleDashboard, supporting plug-able pod modules for BI/charting/reporting, etc. AIR version with desktop file drag/drop, in browser version, and Mobile (Android and iOS) version. Downloads and source now only at http://code.google.com/p/flexibleshare/ Developed by Integrated Semantics: http://integratedsemantics.com blog: http://integratedsemantics.org
GImageSpider is an Image Spider that has two abilities. GIS can search web by image search engines to find images. GIS can act as an image spider that crawls your arbitrary site by your constraints and find images.
OMax is set of projects including real estate crawler and management system.
Temporary description : secret project for a global websites ranking. Main objective are increasing websites quality by using an evaluation system and trigger a new Internet revolution. Its project includes browsers addons and web plateforme.
crawLr is an simple php search engine to search on different sites...
Simple application for downloading pictures from Zerochan.net
Simple java application for downloading high-quality pictures from Zerochan.net. You can find images by size or a tag. It's simple. And flat. All you need to do: download .jar file and run it with Oracle JVM (or any another JVM supporting image decoding)