Collection of modularized frameworks, that provide extra encryption, enumeration, and user interface classes on top of Mac OS X's Cocoa frameworks. Designed to be used as piecemeal small embeddable frameworks.
Dent is a project focused upon network modeling and analysis tools. The project currently supports an OS X, Cocoa-based application and technologies based upon the Mozilla framework.
A MacOS X Instant Messaging client to GTalk network, with chat and audio.
PIL is a substitution of Plist Editor which is shipped with Mac OS X. PIL supports copy/paste, search and better editting.
Designed for playing movies nicely for the person who likes to watch or present movies on their computer (such as the casual viewer or the video artist). Features full screen or border-less floating windows, on the fly playlist creation and more.
Escale is a DCL-based C++/ObjC MacOS X application to connect to Newton MessagePads, eMates and compatible devices over TCP/IP, AppleTalk and Serial and to perform package installation, data exchange and synchronization as well as keyboard input.
SCRAPIE stands for Source Code Reuse (as opposed to class and/or method level reuse), Abstraction, Polymorphism, Inheritance, and Encapsulation. This language is the glue that will solve a number of problems with collaborative productivity.
An experimental patch project for the Mozilla-based Chimera Navigator web browser for Mac OS X.
The Desktop Connection Library (DCL) is a multiplatform long-term project aimed at replacing Apple's Libraries and Applications to connect to and transfer data with Newtons. Recent development focused on POSIX but it was compiled for MacOS 9 and Windows.
Graphical configuration editor for visual host status maps produced by Nagios (a host monitoring tool)