LASIC is a language that facilitates creating and managing systems in a cloud environment. It allows you to create scripts that describe a system, its components, and the relationship between those components using a declarative syntax. Various verbs can then be applied to the script such as deploy (create a new system), shutdown, or runAction(run some action on components of the system). LASIC currently supports Amazon's cloud environment (AWS). LASIC stands for Language for Automating Systems in the Cloud.
lib4d_sql is a C library that provides the required functions (connect, prepare, execute, etc.) for writing an SQL client for 4D databases. It uses the public 4D SQL protocol, which is supported by 4D products since version 11. It is already used by the PDO_4D Open Source project, and it might be used to provide others drivers for JDBC, ADO, or ActiveRecord.
libapache2-mod-scramble-ip is an Apache 2 module that works like mod_removeip, but instead of just overwriting the IP address with 127.0.0.1, it encrypts the IP address. This way you always get an IP address to work with (in scripts, etc.) and have the ability to use tools like awstats to analyze your logs. It's in alpha status, but working on some Apache 2 servers, and the 'cost' (load) should be small and reasonable.
When writing anything that needs to communicate with a terminal in some way, it is almost always speaking some dialect of VT100 or ANSI. The libvt 100 library aims solely at parsing a stream of VT100/ANSI data and then letting the host application do the rendering. Many other projects also parse VT100/ANSI data, but their parser is always tangled up with the actual rendering of the data, making reuse in other projects problematic. The hope is that other projects will start using libvt100 and everyone can stop reinventing the wheel with each project.
locust is a full featured Internet search engine specifically designed to power vertical search, enterprise search, or a knowledge area search applications. It can index 2.5 million documents per 24 hours on a single Dell server. It consists of clean C++/STL code written from scratch.