IPmenu is a curses-based package for configuring netfilter and iptables and Linux 2.4 advanced routing functionality. Its goal is to be able to configure routers, firewalls, packet-filters, or NAT devices that don't run X windows, but can still benefit from a terminal-oriented windowing environment (e.g., for configuring the firewall over a serial link). It offers menu-based lists to choose such things as source/destination ports and addresses, ICMP type, log level, reject error packet, etc. IPmenu can also be used as a browser and iptables editor to inspect the contents of various iptables chains.
DAPACT (Data Aware Processing And Control Tags) is a set of JSP tags for simplifying the display of dynamic content in JSP pages. It focuses on retrieving data to be displayed, iterating over that data, and in providing control tags for changing what is displayed. (Though the initial 0.2 release does not have the control tags yet.)
dnacgr is a program to visualise patterns in DNA and RNA by using Chaos Game representation. It shows the probability of bases and sequences, and can read .fasta and .seq format files. dnacgr can be used for genome analysis, and it reads millions of bases from files in seconds. It runs on the console, and requires SVGAlib. It prints to a file in PNG format.
Blackarts is a tool for creating web based documentation repositories from interesting information that shows up in email. It was designed to solve the problem whereby a company or association gathers important documentation in email conversations that never gets recorded in a way that is easily accessible later. Blackarts creates mail gateways to multiple document repositories that have tables of contents, sections and section crosslinking.