QP2M is an Peer2Mail application, which means that it lets you share, store, and manage your files via email accounts. It work similar to other Peer2Mail applications, but it makes upload and download very simple, and has some unique features. You can upload and download multiple files simultaneously, manage your email accounts, and resume transfers after closing the application.
streamiumd aims to be a simple-to-use, yet feature-rich daemon that runs on a server containing MP3s and M3U (playlist) files. It requires very little to get it running (Perl and MP3::Info), runs fast even on old machines, and allows your MP3 collection to be browsed from your Philips Streamium (tm) MC-i250 or MC-i200. It can serve to multiple devices simultaneously, has its own built-in HTTP daemon, can read HTTP URLs for Internet radio from M3U files, and can run on whatever port you choose.
dbtroff uses XSLT, Heirloom troff, and Ghostscript to convert DocBook documents to PDF or PostScript. It allows you to flexibly customize the layout of the generated output by using troff instructions, and provides automatic page element positioning to avoid typographical artifacts like “widows”. Full-width and inline pictures can be included, and are also automatically positioned. Currently, only a rather restricted subset of DocBook 4.3 is supported.
Star Corp is a space economic strategy multiplayer play-by-email game. You run a corporation in the frontiers of space and operate starships, build colony facilities, harvest the resources of alien worlds, and manufacture goods to keep colonists happy. The software provides a hosted server with an administrative shell program for creating and editing a game with a rich environment of star systems, planets, asteroids, gas fields, colonies, and starships. Turns are played through emails, and players can submit any number of orders between game updates to be processed immediately but have a limited amount of time to use. A graphical client is included for viewing turn reports and preparing turn orders.