nefu (network fidelity utility) is a Unix daemon that monitors services over the network. It uses a "no false alarms" fault verification algorithm, and understands network dependancies. Natively-monitored protocols include ICMP echo (ping), SSH, IPP, DNS, HTTP, POP, NTP, IMAP, SMTP, and LDAP, as well as having facilities to execute external programs. Status pages are available via finger or the Web.
nekobee is a DSSI soft synth plugin that emulates the sound of the TB-303 Bassline. It is not an exact copy; rather than make it "just like the real thing", the design concentrates on modelling the circuitry and was adjusted by comparing the sounds achievable with it to those heard on classic acid house tracks. It includes a switchable square/saw wave VCO, 24dB/octave VCF, an adjustable decay time for the VCF, a fixed decay time for the VCA, and an interesting bit of circuitry around the "Accent" control.
The Neptuner codebase management tool suite includes programs for: code browsing, review, complexity analysis, and code reformatting. Share your codebase easily as browse-packs. UBoat Browse-Packs allow others to browse through, comment on, and review your code with just a Web browser.
net-status-monitor is a simple console script to test whether Internet connectivity is working. If it is, the script tells you the external IP address (in case your dynamic DNS provider is down). If not, it tries to find the point where the connectivity fails. The output is quite simple, so you can put it on your grandmother's PC. "Just tell me what the read line says" should give you enough information.
The Network Traffic based Application Identification (netAI) tool identifies which end host applications are responsible for observed network traffic flows. Unlike previous solutions that identify applications based on port numbers or packet payload information, netAI computes various payload-independent features and uses machine learning to classify the traffic. Before netAI can be used to classify a particular application it must be trained on a representative set of traffic flows.
netBeep is a collection of Perl scripts that enable you to make music using only your computer's internal speaker. It was designed to work over networks, allowing you to use many computers to play the music -- each one playing a certain part. This means that a whole orchestra of computers can be created, and it allows for chords and harmonies. You can, of course, use a standalone computer if you wish. A script is included that converts Nokia-style ring tones to netBeep music files (scores). There is a Vim syntax-highlighting file that should help you out when writing your own scores. An extensive user manual and reference guide are included.