Sharity-Light for Linux is derived from smbfs, but runs as a user level program, not in the kernel. It is roughly the opposite of Samba since it's a client for the Lanmanager protocol. Sharity-Light lets you mount drives exported by Windows (f.Workgroups/95/NT), Lan Manager, OS/2 etc. on Unix machines. The former name of this application was "rumba".
SyncML is the common language for synchronizing all devices and applications over any network. SyncML leverages eXtensible Markup Language (XML), making SyncML a truly future-proof platform. With SyncML, networked information can be synchronized with any mobile device, and mobile information can be synchronized with any networked applications. SyncML is an open standard.
Keyman is a key manager for storing Freenet SVK keys; it keeps all SVK private keys in a encrypted form. This could even work with any type of public/private key encryption (although it focuses on Freenet) and can hopefuly be extended so it can use any future Freenet public/private key types.
FileTornado is a set of CGI scripts coded in Python that provides a Web-based file repository. FileTornado provides member registration facilities and supports file uploading, voting, and comment functionality for members. The code is derived from the CGI scripts run on http://screammachinescentral.com.
KindFTP is meant to be a complete implementation of the FTP protocol, as specified in RFC959. It provides a component that directly exposes the low-level protocol, and it supports the core protocol that is available on most Open Source FTP servers. It has untested support for ACCT, SMNT, REIN, TYPE, STRU, MODE, ALLO, and SITE command. It uses iContract to provide a full formal specification of all software, jUnit for all unit testing, and Ant as a build tool.