TurnKey Torrent Server Appliance is a file server appliance with integrated multi-protocol file sharing that can be used to handle all types of file downloads. Files can be added to the download list using the Torrent Server handler extension for Firefox or through a simple Web interface that allows you to manage the server remotely. It is especially useful for centralizing file sharing on a shared network. Anti-virus scanning is included.
Btpd is a utility for sharing files over the BitTorrent network protocol. It runs in daemon mode, thus needing no controlling terminal or GUI. Instead, the daemon is controlled by the btcli command line utility or other programs capable of sending commands and queries on the btpd control socket.
pytvshows downloads torrents for TV shows from RSS feeds provided by ezrss.it (previously tvRSS.net). It is designed to be run from cron or a shell and interfaces with BitTorrent clients like Transmission (via the Transmission RPC API) or any other BitTorrent client that supports folder monitoring (most). This is a resurrection of the venerable pytvshows script by Ben Firshman.
PyroScope is a collection of tools for the BitTorrent protocol and especially the rTorrent client. "pyrocore" is the component providing command line tools for automation of common tasks, like metafile creation, and controlling rTorrent via its XML-RPC interface. It also offers a documented API, with which these tools are implemented.