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
JTrac is a generic issue-tracking web-application that can be easily customized by adding custom fields and drop-downs. Features include customizable workflow, field level permissions, e-mail integration, file attachments and a detailed history view.
OCM is an easy to use program for managing your geocaches, with the goal of being the Linux equivalent to GSAK. OCM integrates with GPSBabel to support most GPS devices (requires GPSBabel to be installed).
Internet Abuse Tracker(c) aka IA Tracker(c) is a companion project for SecurityStalker(c), developed by the same group. This software will track/analyze and report to users/admins of Internet abuse associated network/email activity and take action.
Missing Contact Pictures - Generates contact images for your telephone
Finally, Micopi allows you to assign an image to every person in your telephone's contact list. So if you do not happen to have a (decent) photo of them, you can use the app to simply generate one. Micopi does not use a random number generator to create these images. It exclusively uses contact data such as the name, the telephone number or the e-mail address and turns these into geometric figures and colours. This way, all of your contacts have their unique image. - We gladly accept proposals for improvement and you can help us develop this app by pointing out bugs. If the app behaves in a peculiar way, even a simple screenshot can help us. On GitHub: https://github.com/easytargetmixel/micopi_android/
We are here now: https://sourceforge.net/projects/micopi/
PROJECT MOVED TO https://sourceforge.net/projects/micopi/
WPCleaner is a small portable tool designed to help on maintenance tasks (mainly disambiguation and check) on Wikipedia. Source code has been moved to github https://github.com/WPCleaner/wpcleaner