TOCC is a Tool for Obsessive Compulsive Classifiers. It implements a file system that uses tags instead of folders, allowing you to classify files however you want. For example, you could tag photos by location, people, and technique (e.g. black & white, HDR). Finding files is as simple as running a query like "give me all files tagged photo and my-love".
TAO Translator (formerly, The Advanced Online Translator) uses online translation services to provide translations. Currently supported services: Google Translate (supports translation, language detection, dictionary, and reverse translations for single words); Microsoft Translator, a.k.a. Bing Translator (supports translation only); Yandex.Translate (supports translation and language detection); and Yandex.Dictionaries (supports dictionary with synonyms and reverse translations). More services are possible in the future.
Concerted is a highly scalable multivariate in-memory data storage library. It has built in support for multivariate queries and performs well over many styles of workloads. The data is read and stored in various data structures, and the data from data structures written to disk. It is fully ACID compliant, has APIs that abstract details from the user, and provides an easy to use interface. Many different types of indexes are provided along with various systems that provide access for data analytics.
tblutils is a collection of several utilities for working with tabular text files: data written in plain text, with one row per line and columns separated by a common character (usually TAB or semicolon). It complements the usual Unix tools like cut and paste by providing enhanced versions that support column labels through-out, so that you can extract columns by name (tblcut), filter data using a mathematical expression (tblfilter), re-order columns without caring about the column index (tblcsort), join multiple files on a common index without having to pre-sort them (tblmerge), and much more.
MW is a low footprint embedded UI framework core intended for use on very limited systems. It embeds the JPEG, Freetype, and Cairo libraries, so it only depends on X. It should be fairly portable, as the only thing you need is to create a window on every platform and manage the events.
KaHIP - Karlsruhe High Quality Partitioning - is a family of graph partitioning programs that tackle the balanced graph partitioning problem. It focuses on solution quality and implements flow-based methods, more-localized local searches, and several parallel and sequential meta-heuristics.