Quite a mix ranging from a standalone flash video player (with a liberallicense), a python based feed aggregator and an opensource product code database to Yahoo!’s mediarss extension:
Yahoo!’s RSS2.0 extension for media (especially interesting for content providers like news agencies). Just rediscovered it in the context of Nokias and Youtubes 3GSM abnnouncement:
An RSS module that supplements the element capabilities of RSS 2.0 to allow for more robust media syndication.
An open source and collaborative UPC/EAN Database (as usual with a heavy slant towards american products):
Welcome to the Internet UPC Database! This free service is run as a hobby of mine. The information indexed here seems to be of use to many people for a variety of reasons.
A very interesting opensource (and python based) feed aggregator, that somehow could replace Google Reader as my favorite reader when my privacy concerns take over:
Temboz is a RSS aggregator. It is inspired by FeedOnFeeds (web-based personal aggregator), Google News (two column layout) and TiVo (thumbs up and down). I have been using FeedOnFeeds for some time now, but that software seems to have stopped evolving, an
A standalone flash video player (used by quite some sites):
The Flash Video (FLV) Player can be used standalone, without the need for the Flash authoring tool. The player allows you to show your videos more controlled and to a broader audience than with Quicktime, Windows Media or Real Media. It supports playback