An open source Mac OSX RSS reader with support for RSS/Atom feeds
Vienna is an open source Mac OSX RSS reader with support for RSS/Atom feeds, article storage and management via a SQLite database, written in Objective-C and Cocoa. Feeds can be accessed directly, or through a syncing service supporting the Open Reader API, like BazQux.com, FeedHQ.org, InoReader.com or TheOldReader.com. Development now happens on GitHub: https://github.com/ViennaRSS/vienna-rss
Free flexible open source todo manager featuring hierarchical tasks
Task Coach - Your friendly task manager. Task Coach is a free open source todo manager. It grew out of frustration about other programs not handling composite tasks well. In addition to flexible composite tasks, Task Coach has grown to include prerequisites, prioritizing, effort tracking, category tags, budgets, notes, and many other features. However, users are not forced to use all these features; Task Coach can be as simple or complex as you need it to be. Task Coach is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and GNU/Linux; and there is a companion iOS app.
An easy way to enjoy your favorite multimedia collection
MPlayerX is armed by FFmpeg and MPlayer, which means it could handle almost any media format in the world for you and no extra plug-ins or codec packages are required. Just drop anything to it, MPlayerX will give you a clear and smooth playback.
A multi-protocol instant messaging app for Mac OS X
Adium is an Open Source, multi-protocol instant messaging application for Mac OS X. Adium supports AIM, ICQ, Jabber, MSN, Yahoo!, Google Talk, Bonjour, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, SIP/SIMPLE (Text), and Lotus Sametime. Additionally, it supports all of these applications at once so, even if you have multiple IM accounts, you don't have to log into each account separately.
PDFView is a simple, yet powerful, Mac Os X PDF viewer, with advanced integration with LaTeX.
Smultron is a text editor written in Cocoa for Mac OS X Leopard 10.5 which is designed to be both easy to use and powerful.