Cerberus LiveHelp provides live support on your Web site through a powerful, cross-platform interface. It allows you to watch visitors on all your Web sites in real time. You can discover where your traffic is coming from, improve frequently viewed pages and navigation paths, initiate a chat with visitors in real time, and quickly respond to customer chat requests. Customers don't need anything to chat but their standard Web browser. It includes a built-in spell checker, an embedded Cerberus Helpdesk knowledge base, powerful reporting, transcripts, invite functionality, system tray notification, and much more.
Push Puppet Toy is a computer-controlled puppet that stands to attention when a friend joins an IRC channel or comes online on IM, and collapses when he leaves. The concept is very similar to the Availabot (http://availabot.com/), but works under Linux. Schematics, firmware for the puppet, and plugins for Gaim and XChat to control the puppet are provided.
Joker the IRC bot is a PHP class designed for quick and easy IRC bot construction. This base class contains methods that can be executed from your plugins. It has built-in flood protection, timers, and a powerful plugin system that allows you to reload plugin classes on-the-fly, without restarting the PHP console or disconnecting from the network.
ptybuffer was designed to get rid of screen/expect constructs to improve stability. It daemonizes programs which need a TTY/PTY to operate. Unix domain sockets then can connect, send lines to the program and receive the output (with history) of the program in real time. It also includes NWNadm, a PHP-based Neverwinter Nights server administration frontend, which includes a demonstration of an easy Web-based command-line shell access to the computer.
The WaMCom project tries to create versions of Mozilla that are more stable and correct than official Mozilla milestones. In order to achieve that, stable Mozilla releases are extended with backported correctness fixes from the ongoing Mozilla development. In addition, it contains some selected enhancements not yet available in the official Mozilla project, mostly in the areas of security and cryptography. Examples are APOP authentication for POP3 mail, SMTP/SSL, and support for crypto.signText().
Gadu-Gadu relaying agent is a simple Gadu-Gadu (an instant messenger widely used in Poland) protocol relaying agent (proxy). This means that if you are a network administrator and applying masquerade on your server, it's likely that your customers would like to establish direct connections over the masquerade using GG. This program is intended to be the solution. It can be used to configure transparent proxying of GG direct connections with the help of iptables.