Recently, I have been going through my old software, looking for some code I know I have written in a day. During this endeavor I have discovered several projects I completely forgotten. I don’t know why I have abandoned them, but whatever the cause was, I am going to share what I found with you. Bear (beer) with me, please. (Screenshots pending)
Music player I developed back in high school. Started off as WIndrok (Amarok for Wndows clone), ended as HiME/Otome Player (a nod to Mai HiME anime). Quite feature complete (playback, database, playlists, last.fm integration, mini mode etc.), but with completely outdated UI.
ICS Calendar Sync
Software I written to sync my multiple Google Calendar with my Windows Mobile 6 device. It worked great, but currently I see no use to it.
Private Steam alternative for old games. You insert CD/DVD, it copies the games and stores it on a local server. You can connect to it afterwards, and install games without optical disk. Working, but I had no time to create huge database of games to rip.
Weird little piece of software which allowed for simplified remote access to remote machine through Dropbox file synchronization.
And, that is all for now. I got quite nostalgic.