DoudouLinux is a system specially designed for children 2 years and up. It is available as Live CDs and USB keys as well as ARM images. The main goals are to be as easy to use as a game console, provide as many kid-oriented applications as possible (currently around 50), drive small children into mastering computer use from age 2, be natively in child-friendly language without any action, be simple for Dad and Mom too (no administration, no updates; it’s a read-only system). It includes Web content filtering.
KBoincSpy is a KDE monitor and control utility for the BOINC distributed client. It displays a lot of useful information about the computation of work units, such as the percent of work done, estimates of the completion time, and credits granted. For some projects, it also reports interesting data about the content and signifiance of each work unit being analyzed. Through KDE's IO mechanism, KBoincSpy is able to monitor remote BOINC clients, and its plugin-based architecture offers support for a virtually unlimited number of projects.
PeaceMaker is a failover/clustering engine system based on a message passing protocol system over TCP/IP between two or more nodes. It can monitor node faults based on interface polling status, health sanity node status, and messages passed through an external plugin attached to a plugin module. Node faults or state change events can be handled through external programs or TCP/IP notification.