The Expenses Calcucorder is a desktop application for recording and manipulating expense data. It has a small subset of the functionality provided by a four column Excel spreadsheet, but serves as a sort of "control example" for SWT widgets. It includes a beefed up version of Konstantin Scheglov's SWT Calendar, use of the SWT-AWT bridge, and zclipse.org's TextAutoComplete (like a Web browser address bar) widget. The philosophical inspiration comes from Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robins _Your Money or Your Life_, which suggests that knowing exactly where your money goes can remove the anxiety that uncertainty about money can cause.
iTramp is a small personal accounting application. It presently supports multiple accounts, transaction types (cheque, CB, etc.), categories and sub-categories, transfer between accounts, a scheduler to save periodic transactions, basic search and statistics functions, and QIF import.
firstname.lastname@example.org is a wiki-based product catalogue and market place. This means you can add or change product descriptions, make comments on products, add points-of-sale for these products, contact other market participants, and much more. Unlike other known market places, this one is built using a wiki. In a wiki, everyone may change everything. A new wiki software has been programmed to fit the special needs of the structure of products.