pcapsipdump is a tool for dumping (recording) SIP sessions (and RTP traffic, if available) to disk in a fashion similar to "tcpdump -w" (the format is exactly the same). The difference is that the data is saved with one file per SIP session. Even if there are thousands of concurrect SIP sessions, each goes to separate file.
Release Notes: This release adds an option to record RTCP, fixes crashes on non-RFC-compliant (LF-terminated) SIP requests, allows capturing on RAW IP interfaces and DLT_LINUX_SLL (113) interfaces, switches to pcap_next_ex (fixing program termination when there is no traffic on the interface), ports the code to Sun Sparc/Solaris, fixes the startup script for SUSE compatibility, and cleans the code.
execline is a very light, non-interactive scripting language, which is similar to a shell. Simple shell scripts can be easily rewritten in the execline language, improving performance and memory usage. execline was designed for use in embedded systems, but works on most Unix flavors.
Release Notes: This is a code cleanup release. Built binaries should be smaller on non-x86 embedded targets.
skalibs is a set of general-purpose, low-level C libraries, all in the public domain. It can replace or hide the standard C library to some extent. It is designed to allow building of small static binaries. It is used in building all skarnet.org software, including execline and s6.
Release Notes: This is a code cleanup release. Built binaries should be smaller on non-x86 embedded targets such as ARM.
zpub is a server to collaboratively work on DocBook-based documentation. Editors modify the XML sources with their preferred editor and submit their changes via Subversion. zpub renders the files centrally to various output formats, optionally notifies other editors, provides an archive of all previous revisions of the document, and supports a simple sign-off workflow. The documentation and user interface is currently only available in German.
Release Notes: This minor release sports multiple styles and multiple installations per virtual host.
Habitat is an application and system monitoring system which captures, stores, and visualises table-based time series data. Monitor probes exist for Linux and Solaris with Windows and others coming soon. It has a command line interface, a fast GUI client for graphical visualisation, and a simple format for extending data capture in the agent. It can access data from its peers directly, by file sharing, or with the use of a separate central archiving repository to scale to installations of significant size.
Release Notes: Habitat 2.0 has now reached alpha and is ready for testing. It sports a new interface based on Gtk 2.x/3 with simplified navigation and is made faster by using client-side data caching. Default storage is now reduced in size by using periodic optimization to remove old data. Functionality and platform coverage will increase as testing continues and the authors shake out the GUI bugs (check the README for the current issues list). The website and documentation have been updated, and there are binaries for Linux. The Alpha is stand alone with peer-to-peer connectivity.