CodeBeamer allows computer science, engineering, and information systems departments and students to work together on software development projects regardless of their locations. Its Web-based portal provides comprehensive collaborative features (an issue tracker, document manager, and discussion forums) and code browsing for software development teams. It is integrated with Eclipse and other configuration management systems (CVS, PVCS, SourceSafe, ClearCase, CM/Synergy), and can be integrated with existing tools.
Fid Core Library is the core library for the Frigand Imperial Desktop, a genuine Unix desktop environment based around multiprocessing, text-stream IPC, and the "everything is a file" concept. It supports Emacs-like extensibility, customizability, and built-in multi-buffer support.
fid-listbuffer is a buffer implementation for the Frigand Imperial Desktop. Fid buffers are typically mutable monoids over particular unit types; the exact unit type and the equations satisfied by the monoid determine the particular buffer type. This package defines a parametric buffer type for the simple case of a free monoid over a unit type that is to be exposed to the programmer, where 'replaceableRegion' additionally is equivalent to (\ r d -> return True).
blinkperl is a telnet server (written in Perl) which plays a random (ASCII-Art) Blinkenlights-Movie if a telnet client connects. In a properly configured system, you do not need a 'usual' telnet server (because of the plaintext password transmission, ssh is better and uses another port), so why not play ASCII-Art Movies on the telnet port?
capictcha generates CAPTCHA images from arbitrary strings. It supports the use of any TrueType/OpenType font and an alternate (more stable) font for punctuation and other characters, and allows you to specify the size and output text, JPG or PNG graphic output, and MD5 lookups of values you don't want to expose as plain text (which could be used to give a simple text table relating email addresses to their hex MD5 hash). Individual character tweaks, overstriking, and random lines are easily configurable.
Portkey is a port-knocking daemon. It allows you to put a simple combination lock on your TCP services and grant access to a port once a client has supplied the correct combination. The combination is supplied by attempting to connect to a specific sequence of closed TCP ports within a configured time period. Access is later revoked after a suitable timeout period.