wApua is a WAP WML browser written in Perl with a Tk user interface. It uses libwww-perl as its backend, has history and cache, and can display most WML tags, including tables and WBMP images. It includes a WBMP to XBM (wbmp2xbm) converter for command line use. It runs under X11 on Linux, BSD, Solaris, and Mac OS X as well as on Windows (both native and under Cygwin with X11). It should also work on other operating systems which are supported by Perl 5.6 or higher and Tk 800 or higher.
wanha is a combination of an IRC bot to watch a channel for URLs and a Web interface to display the URLs that the bot finds. The bot will also warmly keep the conversation going, discreetly discouraging people from pasting already pasted URLs again. The Web interface can be used to track what URLs have already been pasted and by whom.
wapircgw allows a WAP-capable mobile phone to easily connect to IRC networks. The only thing needed is a Linux box with an Internet connection to act as a gateway between the phone and IRC networks. Users can join multiple channels and talk to others privately just like when using a real IRC client. It consists of 2 cooperative pieces: wapircphp and wapircd. wapircd is the daemon that handles connections to IRC networks and requests from wapircphp. wapircphp generates WML Web pages that can be viewed with a mobile phone's WAP browser.
WBL is a really simple tool that can be used in a .qmail file for managing a white/black list of email addresses. It serves as a pre-filter to allow known-good friends and associates bypass the usual gauntlet of filters. Note that WBL is not intended to be a spam filter, it is simply an easy-to-use whitelist/blacklist management tool that serves to keep email that you really want to see out of your normal filters.
wchat is a telnet based Chat Server written in C. It is designed to use minimal CPU and memory resources, and to be a modular high-level code base. What this means is that all low-level functions are written in separate libraries which wchat uses, allowing any additions or changes to the functionality of the chat to be very simple and straightforward. wchat is an extremely stable and solid base from which to build a chat environment. wchat is not a web-chat, but is commonly connected to via standard mud clients.