Divetools is a set of tools to read out a dive computer. In addition it includes a conversion program that makes UDCF files out of thet dump and a Plotting tool that produces nice PostScript pages for your loogbook. It supports the Suunto EON and Uwatec Aladin Series dive computers.
Puzzled is a program which will ultimately help you solve complex grid-type logic problems by understanding pseudo-English translations of the clues provided with the problem. It can automatically reassess clues containing comparative information (or, more than, less than, next to), and it has the persistent software preferences characteristic. It comes with a pseudo-English language parser which supports the following relationships: is, is not, more than, less than, next to, not next to, and, or, and shorthand equivalents.
Traduki is a free machine translation system written in C/Lua. It works by creating an interlinguistic representation of text in Lua tables, the representation being somewhat modelled on the generative grammar of Noam Chomsky. Traduki aims to feature support for less common languages.
NetEclipse is a suite of tools created for testing TCP/IP weaknesses and using them in a non-conventional way, such as testing security and limits of IP version 4 protocols. This project will include a sniffer, a TCP hijacker, an ARP poisoner and a TCP tunnel through ICMP/IGMP packets. Only the sniffer is currently complete.