NetOculus is a network monitoring system that provides all the functions of the well-known monitoring system MRTG. It also has a number of its own benefits. It can automatically monitor any kind of detectable alteration in a computer network (and in relatively separated network areas). It can efficiently notify staff about hardware state changes. Analytical information is aggregated. Specific pieces of hardware are associated with the staff members who responsible for them. The solutions for solved problems are reported to the staff for further use.
Zero Install is a decentralized cross-distribution software installation system. It allows software developers to publish programs directly from their own Web sites, while supporting features familiar from centralized distribution repositories such as shared libraries, automatic updates, and digital signatures. It is intended to complement, rather than replace, the operating system's package management. 0install packages never interfere with those provided by the distribution.
liblProc is a library to allow you to get useful information from /proc. The /proc directory contains virtual files that are windows into the current state of the running Linux kernel. It is used to provide information about the system (originally about processes, hence the name). The liblproc library has 167 functions to allow you to get 156 distinctly useful pieces of information from 19 files in /proc. Some functions also process the information to make it more significant.
Treebolic is a suite of programs (an engine, a generator, a browser, and example Web services) whose purpose is to give a hyperbolic rendering of a hierarchy of data. A tree is rendered with nodes and edges but display space is subject to a particular curvature: more space is allocated to the focus node while the parent and children, still in the immediate visual context, appear slightly smaller. The grandparents and grandchildren are still visible but smaller still. Distant nodes gradually disappear towards the disk's border, as though the whole hierarchy were seen through a fish eye lens.