The Simple Sockets Library makes sockets easy to use and comes as public domain source code. It resembles C's file I/O, uses whatever port is available, has named servers and port reuse, streaming/blocking sockets used, polling support, blocking/selection support via numerous functions, timeout control and firewall support.
Site Index is a simple script which generates HTML pages showing a site index for all of your local domains. It uses the natural hierarchy of your filesystem, so if you've organized your pages well, the job is fully automated. It breaks the index into multiple pages to respect a links-per-page limit, and can do some sorting/management of the results according to domain/page "importance".
SMM++ Mud Client is a mud client with extended and unique features. Aside from all standard mud client functionality like ANSI color support, aliases, action triggers, and tab-completion, SMM++ features a highly-customizable user interface (labels, buttons, and menus) and unique and powerful mapping capabilities, and SMM++ is the only mapping crossplatform (Tcl/Tk based) mud client available.
Snes9X is a portable, freeware Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) emulator. It basically allows you to play most games designed for the SNES and Super Famicom Nintendo game systems on your PC or Workstation; they include some real gems that were only ever released in Japan. Snes9X is coded in C++, with three assembler CPU emulation cores on the i386 Linux, MS-DOS and Windows ports.
SSServer is a powerful server-based search assistant, which adds the ability for visitors to search your Web site for the information they want. It provides intelligent Subject Search capabilities, support for more than 35 languages, and the ability to customize reports to fit the look of the Web site.
A simple and trivial to use utility for keeping various 3rd party application packages installed on multiple machines. It leaves flexibility for making packages local to a host or remotely served from a central server. It is not the same sort of tool as RPM; rather it serves a related but different purpose. In particular, unlike most package systems, it can run independently of your main system (RPM, pkgadd, etc) and lets you install multiple versions of an appplication at the same time.