PyGCID is a graphical CallerID application written in Python with the GTK toolkit. It uses an external program to fetch numbers from your CID hardware. It maintains a small database with the incoming calls, and has the ability to store a comment and a note on each call. It can also dial the numbers using an external program, and run a specific program for each number (for example, you can play different sounds for different numbers).
PyGCS is a very stripped down MUD-like chat-server written entirely in Python. It has a single "room" and no large database to keep in memory and on disk. PyGCS has no embedded programming language. PyGCS is ideally meant to be a small multi-user real-time chat system for people who have a need to talk to more than one person at a time online. It fits somewhere in between the setup IRC uses (no walking between rooms so to speak) and the MUCK/MUSH/MOO style of server.
Pylon is a compact foundation library for writing portable Eiffel software. It provides the classic data structures (lists, stacks, queue, sets and various tables) with associated access objects like iterators. Other useful clusters provided include: date and time, a simple portable serialisation facility, along with a few other utilities for number formatting and string parsing.