Python Packages

ctxvar - Context Variables in Python
This is a very small library, which enables you to access a variables value from a calling stack frame. This is very useful for writing e.g. parsers, where you can use python’s stack instead of maintaining your own.
aPTK - a Parse Toolkit
A parse toolkit for python, which lets you create mighty parsers with nice syntax. Apart from this you can document your grammar using reStructuredText, from which you can create great documentation.

Sphinx Extensions

Include Flash Videos in your Sphinx Documentation

Add a sublime-text-2-findanything-like panel to your site popping up as to type to navigate through documentation using page titles, sections and index entries.

Here you find examples — on the page just type to search:

A package for easing domain creation. See cmakedomain or makedomain packages.
A Domain for documenting Makefiles.
A Domain for documenting CMakeList.txt and other CMake files.

Sublime Text 2 Plugins

All Sublime Text 2 plugins are installable with Package Control.

Preferences Editor
This is a easy-to-use preferences editor using quickpanels and input panels with instant preview.
This Sublime Text 2 plugin supports you writing syntax definitions and themes.
Configure project-specific package settings, key-bindings, etc. in your .sublime-project file.
Call sublime commands with powerful argument manipulation.
ReStructuredText Improved
Improved syntax highlighting for ReStructuredText.
Makefile Improved
Improved syntax highlighting for GNU Makefiles.
Automatically make targets of makefiles accessible as commands in command palette.
Plugin Debugger
A wrapper for Winpdb graphical python debugger to start it right out of your sublime plugin in development.
Plugin Unittest Harness
This is a start of a Unittest Harness, for testing plugins with unittests.
Command Help
Dynamic help on commands created by plugins. Help is extracted by inspecting classes and python doc strings.
Dynamic Commands
Idea from MakeCommands is extended. You can create sublime commands from python files and you can create folders within your project or opened folders, containing any configuration files like snippets, sublime commands or keybindings.
Character Table
Insert any unicode character into your text. Lookup of unicode character with nice preview. Support for vim-digraphs (character mnemonics), to type special unicode characters without having them on keyboard.

Under Development

Fogbugz Client
Provides a worksheet, which is communicating with Fogbugz. For easy bulk case editing.
Zeroed Config
Provides an easy syntax to create all-in-one configuration files. You can build real sublime text configuration files from it (this is handy for plugin developers), or you can use .sublime-zconf files for having easy-to-use per directory configurations, snippets, completions, commands, etc.