Enhanced Reverse Pimpage is an enhanced version of the original rpimp by Matt Miller. Reverse Pimpage was designed to allow you to access a computer that is behind a firewall from outside that firewall itself. The way it accomplishes this is by having the client (the computer behind the firewall) send a SYN request to a certain port at certain intervals. The computer that will access the client must run the server program, and when the time interval is up it will connect. Once it's connected, the client telnets to itself and routes data back and forth between the two.
Attic Manager is software used to build and maintain a database of your assets. You can keep track of all the stuff you have, what you have loaned to others, and all the maintenance costs. It is useful for when you forget where you stored something, and in case of a disaster, you'll have the list ready for the insurance company.
httpcmdd provides a way to have a (Web) browser user interface to programs running on the same machine as the browser. httpcmdd PEEKs the headers of the incoming message from the browser and finds a program that matches the request received. Programs are run with privileges of the user running the browser. Each user may have their private commands available in their home directory in addition to the common programs installed to the system (if any). Some programs may be placed in a special directory, and will then be run with root privileges.
btfs can be used as /init for constructing a run-time environment before running the real init. It supports extracting compressed (*.cgz, *.cbz2) and uncompressed (*.co) cpios located on a compile-defined directory (/). Also, it creates a tmpfs filesystem as the new root, if / isn't one already and the purpose of the initramfs isn't for starting a system in another location (disk, network, etc.). That will allow for the data on / to be swapped to disk when swap devices are activated later.