PyRPM is an experimental project to look at RPM package management. It is a Python module and a collection of scripts that provide similar functionality as rpm, yum, and related software. It mainly deals with RPM packages, the RPM database in /var/lib/rpm, comps.xml files, and yum repositories (called repo data).
Virtual Appliances are nano-sized virtual machines for deploying instant infrastructure and applications. They are Ubuntu Server Edition 8.04 based and available for VMware, QEMU, KVM, Parallels, Xen, Virtual Iron, Virtural PC, and Virtual Server. Available Virtual Appliances are a LAMP Server, LAPP Server, Apache Tomcat Server, and Cacti Virtual Appliance. These are the smallest, most functional, and easiest to use Virtual Appliances available. They are certified for use on VMware and Parallels.
Olive is a GNU/Linux live distribution which uses several unusual technologies, as well as some of the more common pieces of software. The init scripts use a new scripting langugage, and run in parallel for faster start-up, while satisfying dependencies. It uses the UniPKG package manager, a compressed ramdisk, Keith Packard's X server, and many features of the 2.6 series of kernels. Olive is designed to display how easy to use Linux may be, yet without losing any of the features required for heavy-duty work.
Instant Links is a way to automate your link partners. People can add a reciprocal link from the bottom of the page in each category. It makes it easy to sign up to be placed on your Web site. It features automatic checking of link partners links, search engine friendly pages, unlimited links and categories, broken links verification, personalized email notifications, import DMOZ listings for an instant directory, cron for automatic updating, Google PageRank display, random link display, easy installation and backup, and easy site integration. Instant Links can be a stand alone niche directory.
A.M.I.C.U.S. (Automatic Multimedia Installation Configuration Utility System) helps users quickly and easily install and configure MythTV on generic PC hardware. It uses the Debian Netinst CD to install GNU/Linux and just the required packages to allow a functional MythTV on low end hardware.