libosl, the object storage layer, is a library for storing small to medium-sized data in relational tables. It is easy to use, lightweight, fast, and portable. libosl is suitable for applications that need only a small fraction of the features a full database management system provides.
The libcommon project is an API implementation in order to respond to general development needs for softwares written in C. This library gives to the developer some utility functions like advanced getopt management, an extra strings treatments function, debugging and tracing functions, and macros for generic lists support. Its goal is to avoid constant re-implementation of the same things for each new program. The libcommon API has been implemented in order to be multi-platform (compatible with i386, ia64, PPC, MIPS, and MIPS 64), hardened (high-level compilation restrictions and implementation requirements), and as few libc dependencies as possible.
katso is a library to score binary-categorized data: [low for anti-conformist data], [mean for conformist data], and [high for eclectic data: data that is quite normal (has a lot in common with other data but has a few unusual attributes)]. Data looks like (0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 1, 1) or like (1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0), all of the same size and corresponding to predefined criteria.
PyDaF stands for Python Data Flows. It is an experimental Python package that implements data-driven processing pipelines, which revolve around two major elements: data units, which encapsulate a type, a set of tags and actual data, and processors (fragments of code that get executed whenever the job's current data pool contains data units matching the processor's input specification).