nsFB is an internal AOLserver database driver for the Firebird or Interbase database. It supports reading and writing BLOB data and ARRAY data. It supports the full size of varchar (32765 bytes) or char (32767 bytes). Many configuration options are supported, such as charset, dialect, transaction isolation level, etc. All kinds of data types are supported, such as NUMERIC or DECIMAL.
o2-sms.pl is intended for customers of O2 Germany that have an account at www.o2online.de. It can send SMS messages via the WWW gateway. Use the -f option to send a flash SMS (it will pop up on the recipient's display immediately). The message text can have up to 780 characters. SMS to wired recipients are limited to 160 chars, as they are being sent as "text-to-speech".
oMail-webmail is a Webmail solution for mail servers based on qmail and optionally vmailmgr or vpopmail. The mail is read directly from maildirs on the hard disk, which is much quicker than using protocols like POP3 or IMAP. Other features includes multiple language support (English, French, German, Japanese, Chinese, and many more), HTML and pictures inline display, folders, and address book support.
oo.WebsiteTools is a set of basic tools which are needed on almost every Web site. Using these tools speeds up your Web development radically. It consists of three different parts: oo.Admin, oo.Sql, and oo.Ajax. oo.Admin is used to administer the site and allow users to manage their accounts. oo.Sql lets you change database backends without changing your SQL code. oo.Ajax is an AJAX library that can load and update div elements, send forms without reloading the page, and more.
openWYSIWYG is a cross-browser WYSIWYG editor packed with every rich-text editing feature you need to make your content management system or custom Web application that much better. It easy easy to set up, and you can quickly turn any text area into a powerful WYSIWYG editor with just a few simple lines of code.
Peachpit is an automated "tarpit" utility aimed at interfering with censorware spiders. Harmless to all other Web agents, peachpit identifies the spiders used by censorware makers from host/agent data, then bogs the spider down in recursive, sleep-laden page output. It can be grafted invisibly into an existing HTML document tree under Apache or comparable Webservers.
Peps converts encapsulated PostScript into bitmaps. It can simply convert EPS files into bitmap files, or it can work as a Unix filter that converts EPS from stdin into a bitmap written to stdout. It can be used to create scripts that create bitmaps dynamically using CGI, and can even send out the necessary HTTP Content-Type header. It can determine whether the user's browser accepts gzip encoding, and if so, send out the additional Content-Encoding header and filter the bitmap through gzip. A companion utility called xpeps sends the resultant bitmap to the X display, allowing you to develop and debug your CGI scripts locally.