CWEB is a software system that facilitates the creation of readable programs. It was originally developed by Donald E. Knuth as he wrote the TeX typesetting system. It can be used to write programs of superior quality, produce state-of-the-art documentation, greatly reduce debugging time, and maintain programs easily as conditions change.
Manauton is a manual and autonomous sound recorder. In autonomous mode it can start and stop recording based on sound characteristics. When in manual mode, recording can be paused and un-paused manually. Using a series of buffers, the effect of negative latency can be accomplished, this effect cancels out the effect of the human latency associated with hearing a sound and interpreting it.
LiquidMaya is a Maya to Renderman plug-in that handles full Renderman output support with a focus on speed, efficiency, and extensibility. Its features include procedural rib generation, full network rendering support, segmented rib files, a shader assignment interface, and much more. Along with the ability to write full C++ plug-ins, it is incredibly easy to script Liquid with Mel. Liquid was used for the visual effects of the "Lord of the Rings" movie.
The Viper IDS is an IDS sensor that can be used stand-alone or as an add-on to the Wolverine Firewall and VPN server. It can log all alert information to a remote MySQL database that can be analyzed by applications such as ACID, or can be used with Wolverine to provide real-time responses to potential threats by dynamically adjusting perimeter firewall rule sets. It uses Snort for attack signature detection.
GKrellF@H is a GKrellM 1.2.x plugin to monitor the Folding@Home client. It can be configured to display the name of the molecule being folded, the download time of the work unit, and the progress through the work unit. It supports starting and stopping the Folding@Home client and will optionally run a command when a work unit completes.