ZEngine is a cross-platform 2D API which uses a combination of OpenGL and SDL to provide speed and functionality as well as portability. The library can be used on any platform SDL supports, but for full functionality requires OpenGL and several SDL extension libraries. A class-based design allows the easy management of resources and makes learning the API easy, allowing more time to be spent on the development of the actual game than learning of various APIs. Current development platforms are Windows and Linux, but ZEngine is reported to work on similar operating systems (like OSX), and help is available for anyone porting to any platform.
Flava is a personal video recording system which can be distributed over multiple nodes to perform the actions of recording, encoding, and storing television shows, as well as an adaptive management system, which can, among other things, track a series of programs and allow multiple users to make requests.
The Java Binary Enhancement Tool (JBET) is a general Java program analysis and manipulation tool. Existing class files can be disassembled, eassembled, or edited programmatically through the JBET API. JBET can also be used to create new Java class files from scratch. It uses a convenient internal representation of all the contents of Java binary (.class) files, allowing the user to edit the classes easily, in a structured manner.
PDO (Python Database Objects), is a collection of objects for use with Phase or with the Python programing language. PDO is designed to be robust and simple at the same time, allowing access to multiple styles of databases with one set of instructions. This means never having to worry again about your syntax when changing database platforms on your next project. PDO provides an object oriented API similar in intent to ADO and JDBC.
aptg(2) (a place to go) is a Web-based email client written in PHP, using localhost connections to a running IMAP4 server. It is designed to work with Postfix. Authentication is against a MySQL database as used by pam_mysql (username + password) or by using one of the virtual email addresses (also stored in the MySQL database) and that password. A powerful addressbook is also included. It uses its own session handling system with one-time session ids. The development version has experimental GnuPG support.