Pylsyncd is a Python implementation, similar to lsyncd, that uses rsync to synchronize local directories with several remote machines running rsyncd. Pylsyncd recursively monitors a set of directories using pyinotify, a pure Python module used for monitoring filesystems changes that relies on inotify. The main advantage of pylsyncd against lsyncd is that it uses message queues in order to synchronize several destination servers in parallel, saving up time when it is required to have more than one destination. It has been tested in heavily loaded environments.
Pymur provides Python bindings to the C++ based Lemur Toolkit. The Lemur Toolkit is an open-source toolkit designed to facilitate research in language modeling and information retrieval. Lemur supports a wide range of industrial and research language applications such as ad-hoc retrieval, site-search, and text mining.
pyoui is a console Python program that lets you know which vendor has made an Ethernet/Bluetooth device. OUI stands for Organizationally Unique Identifier. In every electronic device that has a MAC address, the first (most weighted) 24 bits are the OUI, and they identify the vendor of that device. When you are sniffing network traffic, you may be interested in which network cards are active, or even if a MAC address is faked. This program is intended to help you with such things.
pyproctools is a set of various command line tools to get information from the /proc filesystem. It is based on the proctools utilities of Solaris. The commands include pwait, which waits for the specified processes to terminate; pstop, which stops each process (with SIGSTOP); pcont, which continues running a previously stopped process (with SIGCONT); pfd, which shows the open file descriptors for each pid; and pldd, which lists the dynamic libraries and other files mapped into each process.
pypty is a tty logger aimed at heavy script(1) users who like to (or would like to start to) log everything they do on important systems. It creates one (or two, if you ask for timing data) file(s) per day. The distribution also includes "script-replay", which is somewhat like the traditional scriptreplay - that is, it's for replaying tty logs - but it does not require timing data and lets you step forward and back in the log.
pyscmpd is a music player daemon designed for use on Raspberry Pis. It implements a subset of the MPD protocol, but instead of serving local MP3 files, it connects to SoundCloud.com and serves the streams found there. It supports a huge number of front-end clients through MPD, including ncmpcpp and Sonata. It allows you to configure which parts of SoundCloud are made available for browsing by defining categories and adding groups or users to them.