KuFtp is a graphical FTP client for the K Desktop Environment. It implements many features required for usable FTP interaction. One of the most notable features is the use of tabs to represent sessions. This is like the feature in Konqueror or Firefox which allows you to have multiple simultaneous FTP sessions in separate tabs. Other features include a bookmark manager, history recording, and a queue manager.
netgviz is a set of scripts that allows you to easily make graphs illustrating layouts of computer networks at ISO/OSI layer 3. It parses a text file with a list of network nodes with their addresses and generates the data in dot format, which is suitable for a Graphviz set of tools. You can then use Graphviz to draw a graph illustrating the network topology.
Reliable Response Notification provides guaranteed delivery of critical messages to a wide range of devices. It guarantees that every emergency will have one, and only one, person responding and taking charge of the recovery. For integrated services, like some network monitors, help-desk packages, and security suites, Reliable Response Notification allows the user to update records via their mobile devices. It is available as either a standalone server or as a hosted service.
flipflip's podcast downloader is a script that downloads podcasts. Is has options to limit the number of podcasts to download, to rename the downloaded files based on rules, and to tag the MP3 files with custom content or with content derived from the feed metadata. The program is very small and has very few dependencies (id3v2 and wget).
wmluabutton is a general purpose dockapp that is scriptable with lua. It can load and display xpm images at runtime, detect mouse clicks on the images, and can check and update the state regularly. It is intended as a dockapp for X window managers such as Window Maker, AfterStep, BlackBox, and Enlightenment.
Cheyenne SecureWebServer platform is a Web server, scalable Java application server, and comprehensive enterprise solution for Apache server. It combines an HTTP firewall, Java, PHP, Perl, and a domain control system with the Apache httpd platform. It provides protection from a range of attacks against Web applications and databases. It is currently available only for Linux systems.