An offline version of Khan Academy.
A free lightweight solution providing high-quality education where you need it most.
Though this software is unofficial, it is known of and approved by the official website.
disliked - because it has no concept of building a larger topic of things to work on, and showing an easy path to progress through them. Needing to pick through a large number of topics, sub-topics and quizzes and then manually and repeatedly going back into that list is inexcusably frustrating.
Once installed it's seen at http://127.0.0.1:8008/
A simple python-only volume control and OSD.
Nothing fancy, and nothing difficult. There's no configuration, which is both a good and a bad thing.. but I can live with the developer's defaults. No extra dependencies to speak of. Just Python.
A BitTorrent client.
An editor I couldn't get going..
The Eric Python IDE
Well-integrated with KDE I've heard.
A GUI toolkit for Python.
A commandline music player.
One of the best out there. It's extremely obvious to use.
My initial impression was "Works wonderfully well.. very easy to use, very nice. Would be nice to have a GUI tool for recovery purposes though, but oh well." .. but my 2009-04-01 glance was a flop.
A python script which is used to update dynamic DNS services.
I used to use the DynDNS Updater.