pkg++ is a tool to build packages. The goal is to provide a tool you can use to build a package from a generic recipe on your distribution/OS and for your native package manager. The recipes, when done correctly, can be used on multiple OSes, and thus users can share them even if they do not use the same distribution. It is as much a way to easily package as it is a way to create multi-OS package recipes repositories.
pkgmake automates some steps when making software releases. It creates a copy of the development tree, optionally cleans it up a bit (i.e. removes CVS/* and .svn/*), tars it, places the tarball in the SOURCES/ directory, creates the corresponding .spec file from a provided template (and the data specified in the configuration/on the command line), and runs rpmbuild and/or debbuild as well as spec2arch. As a result, you will have packages for Debian and RPM based distributions as well as the PKGBUILD file for ArchLinux. Using relman as the recommended frontend to pkgmake, new software releases are as easy as calling relman with two parameters: the project name plus the release version - and all packages are made and distributed.
plus4emu is a portable emulator of the Commodore Plus/4 computer. It supports Windows and POSIX platforms (32 bit Windows, 32 and 64 bit Linux, and Mac OS X have been tested). It implements accurate, high quality hardware emulation, but the system requirements are higher than that of most other emulators.
pmping is a script that pings multiple hosts in parallel and gives audible results depending on host state. The sounds come from the internal PC speaker, thus not needing a sound card. It beeps when a host OS is losing many packets, or when it is down. If the host is down, the script can send an email notification or run a command. All aspects are fully customisable by the user.
Poezio is a console-based client for XMPP, the protocol on which the Jabber IM network is built. Its goal is to let you connect to the network very easily (without having to create an account) and join various chatrooms immediately. It tries to look like the most famous IRC clients (such as weechat and irssi). Many commands are identical and you won't be lost if you already know these clients. Configuration can be done in a configuration file or directly from the client. It embodies the light, fast, geeky, and anonymous spirit of IRC while using a new, powerful, standard, and open protocol.