dd_chat (formerly known as dd_ntalk-door) is a chat system derived from ntalk to be used with the DayDream BBS. The dd_chat client is a "door" program for the DayDream BBS that provides an easy-to-use chat client for the dd_chat server. Unlike the original ntalk client / server system, dd_chat implements several features from DayDream's libdd as well as an extended command set. It integrates seamlessly into DayDream. It features private conversation, checking for remaining BBS online time, chat idle timeouts (five minutes, except when in "away" mode), support for an ANSI logo and ANSI help screens from DayDream's "display" directory, and updating user status in DayDream.
vmodemd is a telnet server designed to run old DOS BBS systems and door games. It listens for incoming TCP connections on a defined port, does a minimal telnet handshake if needed, and then starts to proxy all data to a PTY which is bound to a dosemu virtual serial port. vmodemd supports any number of virtual modems, can display customized banners if all modems are busy, can terminate a serial app when a telnet connection is unexpectedly dropped, and run custom scripts before passing control to dosemu, allowing you to pass relevant data like incoming IP address to the DOS app.
Sukiyaki was born out of what the author sees as a much needed improvement to current imageboard/BBS software. They're flaky, often have security flaws that users take advantage of, and worst of all, they have the same UI from the mid-nineties. It's time for an update! Sukiyaki visually organizes replies in threads so that it is clear who the reply is sent to. It is written using Django with its wonderful ORM, which helps reduce security vulnerabilities. It has been tested in production and is stable. It also includes a unique system for user-ranking of posts. Planned features include RSS updates for individual boards and threads, and there is a faster backend (Django-Treebeard).
TinyIB is a lightweight PHP image board which emulates the functionality of 4chan. If you use MySQL or SQLite, you can use it to create an efficient setup able to handle large amounts of traffic. If you don't use a database, it can store posts as text files for a portable setup capable of running on virtually any PHP host.