This is a little screenlet that
shows you a list of your upcoming reminders.
This program is designed for use on the Linux system running the program Screenlet,
which is a widget controller system written in the Python
It uses the "Remind" program on Linux (created by "David Skoll") and prints your reminders
separated into "Today", "Tomorrow" and "Future" sections.
You can download it from
here and have a look
at the source. Here's a little snapshot.
The idea behind this is to be able to display images obtained from various photo
sharing sites around the Web.
Only very recently started this one, so in early developement.
However it should run pretty smoothly on most systems. You can also run it as a screensaver in Windows.
You can have a look and download the code from SourceForge. To play with the code (java side) you'll need to have Eclipse. You can download the source code using subversion. Once you have both, select "import" and "General->Existing projects into Workspace" then select the folder called "EclipseWorkspace" in the subversion folders.
This is a program to list and organise a set of remote desktop connections on a Windows machine.
It's hosted by Google code and written with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 in C#, it's released under the GNU General Public License v3 (GPLv3).
You can find more about the program in its own wiki pages
here, other pages to come shortly.
If you want to download some of the source you can go
Have a look at the class Launcher and the class CreateRdpFile
code to start with.
The program basically creates an RDP file then lets Windows handle what to do with it.
This is a neat little program to display PDF files and is designed to be a
light weight replacement for other more mainstream heavier programs.
This also stored on Google
code and is written in C and C++, currently just for the Windows operating system. You can see the
project here where there's also more information.
This program was started by Krzysztof Kowalczyk and has been coming along rather
nicely over the years. It's been released under the GNU General Public License v2, I've been able to
make a few tweaks here and there, check out the
revisions for the latest