hlg is a fast and easy to use tool for quickly auditing the performance of your Web applications. It reads Web logs and generates some interesting statistics, including details about average and peak concurreny (based on overlapping start times and durations), and the average and peak size and duration of requests over time. It is able to group regions based on the URL and produces text or comma-separated reports.
SpeedySu is a modification of SpeedyCGI (a.k.a. PersistentPerl) so that it works with suEXEC-enabled Apache Web servers. Both Apache 1.3.x and 2.y running on UNIX systems are supported. SpeedyCGI speeds up Perl scripts (CGI or not) so that they remain running persistently, thus reducing the startup times of subsequent executions. SpeedySu extends SpeedyCGI by allowing ~UserDir CGI scripts started by Apache execute with the privileges of their owner user. SpeedySu contains other improvements in addition to suEXEC support.
XmlAutoIndex is a module for Apache HTTP Server that browses your directories and produces output in XML. The aim of this project is to replace mod_autoindex in Apache, separating data from design. XSLT can be used to translate the XML into HTML, SVG, or XUL, for example. You can make your own theme by updating an XSL style sheet and without ever touching the core engine. Using appropriate plugins, you can show pictures, videos, and music.
The Graffiti Server is a small C program that allows the posting of messages and, optionally, HTML. It displays the most recent messages but has a search function for finding entries with a given keyword or string. Users can post and delete their own messages, while the administrator can delete any message. As configured, the server remembers about 2500 messages. The Graffiti Server is a traditional Unix daemon that installs itself on a port, waits for connections, then forks another copy to handle the request.