The Parallel Genetic Algorithm Library (PGAL, pronounced "Piggle") is a C++ toolkit for simply, efficiently, and swiftly producing genetic algorithm code that works across multiple processors. This is useful not only for those with multi-processor computers, but also for distributed and cluster computing genetic algorithm environments such as openMosix.
Gnome Simple Stateful Music Player is a small, simple music player that keeps out of your way whenever possible. It remembers what you were playing when you exited, and continues in the same place the next time you start. It doesn't build a database of your audio tracks: instead it works with your files and directories directly. It remembers tracks you have been playing recently, and allows you to pick them up where you left off.
migratedata allows you to write a simple XML file to define how to copy data from one database to another, possibly performing very simple transformations on the way. It is immediately able to help you migrate a PostNuke Web site to a WordPress one, and to perform any other transformations you will need to create your own XML spec file (which is reasonably simple).
Record TV is a system of scripts for recording TV on your Linux desktop PC. Record TV is designed to follow the Unix philosophy by attempting to do one thing well. It makes use of the cron and at commands to do the scheduling, and is flexible enough to work with lots of different UI styles. It concerns itself simply with understanding your TV listings and deciding which programs to record.
NNDB is a C++ library that provides in-memory data storage and retrieval using syntax that is intended to feel natural for C++/STL, but which also might feel slightly like SQL if you squint and pound the top of your head with a seminal programming textbook. Columns types are fixed at compile-time and checked by the compiler.