Venezia is a client for Charle P. Wright's c-mserver. It was developed using gtk under Linux. The c-mserver enables you to remotely connect the server to the internet, and due to the masquerading makes possible for all the machines on your local net to use this connection. Venezia is a user friendly frontend to that server, designed for end-users on a linux box. It has several possibilities : Handle more than one mserver, Automatic management of locks on connections, Informations about available connections, etc...
VFS is a Virtual FileSystem written in PHP. It is aimed at communities that need to share files between different users distributed at different offices, buildings, etc. Typically, email is not suitable for sharing files because many are more than 8Mb, and FTP doesn't give enough flexibility on the user permissions. It is hoped that this solution will get around these problems and offer a more powerful and flexible file sharing system.
view is a cgi binary for content browsing of archives and the on-the-fly conversion of several data types. It is mostly useful for big ftp archive sites. Patches for the autoindex module of Apache 1.2.1 (and up) and 1.3.3 (and up) are provided. The patch adds a 'view' link to every directory listing line, which will invoke the view binary automatically.
user-online is a php-script which allows webmasters to include a summary of users online on their websites. It counts the users who have been online since a defined time and shows the total users in a small table, which can be placed anywhere on the website. The contents of the table are sorted by the total users in particular directories.