libclfll++ takes advantage of the abstract Library Load framework in the CoreLinux libclfw++ library by providing management of loading Linux shared libraries. Application developers define function objects as wrappers and can then dynamically load the functions. It is very useful for implementing a framework for plug-ins.
MRML for KDE is a KDE MRML client which offers integration of content-based queries into Konqueror/KDE. It consists of a KPart (which could be embedded into Konqueror for example) and a kio-slave for communication with the MRML server. You can right-click on an image and choose "Search for similar images..." in the context-menu, which will perform a query on a server and present you a thumbnail view of the results. You can also refine queries by giving relevance feedback.
SpiralLoops is a simple visual tool for looping, layering, and warping of sounds. Sounds can be input from either wav files on disk, or from sound generating plugins. You can create loop-based compositions with the minimum feedback time between the decisions you make and your ears. The looping mechanism is very flexible, allowing you to lock the timing of loops together or to offset them for creating complex sequences such as polyrhythms.
Keep in Touch aims to be a secure IM system for multiple platforms. It supports its own XML-based protocol as well as ICQ and AIM (toc). It provides encrypted connections between the server and client aswell as encrypted chat on all supported networks. The client can store contacts on the server allowing users to keep their contact lists between different locations.
The Peer-to-Peer Trusted Library (PtPTL) is a software security toolkit tailored for the creation of peer-to-peer applications. It allows for the establishment of trust between individual peer-to-peer clients and the organization of secure groups of trusted peers. Ultimately, the PtPTL allows users to share information and collaborate securely across the Internet.