stream-db is a database-enabled version of streamcast, an MP3 file streamer for icecast/shoutcast servers. stream-db uses a database for the backend instead of perl data structures. The database holds song information, play queues, event logs and request logs. The aim the project is to allow people to create their own streaming media stations, with users, requests, song histories, and playlists and other such fun things.
suPHP is a combination of an Apache module (mod_suphp) and an executable which provides a wrapper for PHP. With both together, it is possible to execute PHP scripts with the permissions of their owner without having to place a PHP binary in each user's cgi-bin directory. suPHP doesn't need Apache's suExec, and provides a logging function.
Suricate makes the Meerkat open wire service usable on handheld devices, wireless email appliances, and interactive pagers. It is meant to address the needs of people that have email provided on their handheld devices but no Web access. Suricate will push the wire service content to the user. Suricate currently provides Meerkat content for several channels/profiles such as Apache, Linux, Mozilla, MySQL, Perl, PHP, Python, Wireless, and XML.
SWISH stands for Simple Web Indexing System for Humans. With it you can index directories of files and search the generated indexes. Based on EIT's swish, this is a cleaner-compiling, enhanced version with better docs, better installation and configuration tools, more sample configurations, and a Web page to help manage index rebuilding. SWISH is used with w4ais as a Web-based front end.
tagbk is a tool that rearranges XBEL bookmark files to improve navigability. It considers every bookmark as if it were tagged with one or more categories, all with the same importance. It does so by mapping the tagged bookmark collection to the usual hierarchic structure, using an algorithm that should create trees that are more intuitive to navigate. This package includes a prototype GUI application for doing collection maintenance using the tagging philosophy.
tcpick is a textmode sniffer that can track TCP streams and saves the data captured in files or displays them in the terminal. It is useful for picking files in a passive way. It can store all connections in different files, or it can display all the stream on the terminal (using colors too).