The new place is dictedit.sourceforge.net. But presently the developement is ceased.
For an introduction, see DictEdit below.
Dictedit2 is the upcoming new DictEdit which is based on a completely new codebase and uses a much better readable code (and has a documented source ;-).
(One probably needs to know TEI to understand the shown text; orth is the <orth> entry, the headword; <gen> is the genus (m-masculin,f-eminin,n-neutral/neutrum) and sense is the <tr> entry within a <sense n='1'><trans>...</trans></sense> block.)
This application exists presently in the pre-beta state and isn't presently downloadable, but you can drop me a mail, if you want to have the source or the Linux binary.
Testing, sending bugreports, doing some coding (especially liked ;-), translating the PO files, creating an optional/additional configure support (presently tmake of Troll Tech is used, which also works under Windows), ...
DictEdit is an editing program for the source files of the dict.org project. It is based on Troll's Qt 2.1 and should be compilable under Unix and WindowsXX, but I have only tested it under i386-Linux.
The program is released under the GNU license.
Notes: This project has been stopped in favour of DictEdit2, which will include support of the TEI format (see above). It didn't make sense to use this as codebase (except of some codesnipplets), since the design changed a lot and due to the fact that TEI needs a lot of changes. As a sideeffect the filestructure and the documentation is now much better than in DictEdit(1).
Ein Freedict-Wörterbuch: Italienisch-Deutsch
Un dizionario di Freedict: italiano-tedesco
Number of entries: Not even a hundred, but using all TEI features. Since I have a large list, which is not based on TEI I can rather fast convert some entries -- I hope.