DarkIce is a live audio streamer. It records audio from an audio interface (e.g. a sound card), encodes it, and sends it to a streaming server. DarkIce can record from OSS audio devices, ALSA audio devices, Solaris audio interfaces, and Jack sources. DarkIce can encode into MP3, MP2, Ogg Vorbis, and AAC formats, and can send the encoded stream to ShoutCast, IceCast 1.3.x and 2.x, and the Darwin Streaming Server.
The datalink library allows sending information to the Timex DataLink watches. The original datalink library supports the model 150 and possibly the model 70 watch. This version has been extended to work with the DataLink Ironman Triathlon watch. It has been tested with the Linux SVGAlib output on the Ironman watch only, other output devices and other watches may or may not work, I have no reports either way. The display must be a CRT display (not a LCD).
Datasphere is a conferencing system that was designed to overcome some of IRC's largest problems (scalability, no mesh routing, flat channel structure). It provides a usenet-news-like channel structure, a TCP level multicast implementation over a mesh of TCP links, a distributed channel- and user database and much more features. But most important of all. it's IRC compatible at the client side. Currently basic chatting functionality works, dynamic rerouting works, but progress is very slow.
The DBMAIL package replaces the normal UNIX mailing system. All email and user data is stored in a database. You can create an unlimited number of email accounts, which can be checked using the POP3 or IMAP protocol. Users can maintain their own set of email addresses. It is more scalable, more secure, and faster than traditional mail systems. DBMAIL has storage drivers for PostgreSQL and MySQL, and it has authentication drivers for PostgreSQL, MySQL, and LDAP.
DBOX is a free communication package for ISPs. It supports a large number of message formats such as RFC/UUCP, ZConnect, Janus/Janus2, Alphabox, and GSbox. It is designed for large installations and includes a WWW package with an email/HTML gateway, an HTML online shop, support for POP3/IMAP4, and personal homepages with HTTP/FTP upload.
Deliver is a program for reliable and flexible local mail delivery. It's a perfect adjunct to your mail transport agent of choice (such as Sendmail or qmail). You can use it to kill spam, drop messages from specific senders, add a [LISTNAME] prefix to the subjects of messages that are delivered through mailing lists, and lots more.