Palua, the easy way to quickly switch the mode of your Function Keys on any Mac keyboard!
You need to run a game, or start a graphic application, or work on a project that need F1-F12 as function keys, just hit option+command+TAB and the switch will happen.
A simple git based wiki engine written for Node.js.
The aim of this wiki engine is to provide a very easy way to create a centralized documentation area for people used to work with git and markdown. It should fit well into a development team without the need to learn or install ad-hoc servers or applications. Jingo is very much inspired by the github wiki system (gollum), but tries to be more a stand-alone and complete system than gollum is.
Small X utility to perform elementary actions on windows
Wry is a command-line client for App.net for Mac OS X 10.7+ (Lion), written in Objective-C.
Red Pen lets you upload your design, share a short URL, and get live, annotated feedback super-fast. It remembers you— there’s no logging in, no project management, no bullshit.
Gitit is a wiki program written in Haskell. It uses Happstack for the web server and pandoc for markup processing. Pages and uploaded files are stored in a git, darcs, or mercurial repository and may be modified either by using the VCS’s command-line tools or through the wiki’s web interface.
Doo is a sort of reverse ‘everything bucket‘ — point it at local directories, hook up your cloud storage or web mail accounts, and the app provides search, filtering tagging & OCR, no matter where your documents are stored.
For OS X, Android and Windows 8.
What is phog? A static-site generator along the lines of Jekyll, Volt, nanoc etc. but for the purpose of generating image & video galleries and photo blogs. It’s not a general purpose blogging engine — galleries are the main focus.
cocoaDialog is an OS X application that allows the use of common GUI controls such as file selectors, text input, progress bars, yes/no confirmations and more with a command-line application. It requires no knowledge of Cocoa, and is ideal for use in shell and Perl scripts (or Ruby, or Python, or… etc).