mms2web.pl is a simple Perl program that extracts pictures from mail files and publishes them on, for example, a Web server. The mail or MMS sent to the mail address/mail folder is separated into different sections on the Web server based on a tagging system. This gives you the ability to create profile/user based sections in your Web space where users can send content from email or cell phones that can be automatically published.
Thumbpad is a simple note taking program, which displays a very large keyboard that you can easily type on using only one finger. So, if you're holding your PDA with one hand, you can use your thumb. The default keyboard provides the 16 most commonly used keys (in English), and two other layouts provide the remaining letters, numbers, and some punctuation. Thumbpad is an FLTK application, originally intended for the Agenda VR3 PDA. It is based on utilware's "dotNote" for PalmOS.
KNoFault is a tool that protects your files with XOR encryption. It can use a username and a password to encrypt, or it can any file as a key. When given an incorrect decryption key, instead of showing an error it will encrypt the already encrypted file with the new info. This makes it possible to encrypt a file several times so that only two people together can use it, for example.
lisodsp is a multi-open device driver for Linux. It is a kernel module that installs a OSS DSP device which can be opened many times in write mode. Reading the device produces a mix of all opened channels. lisodspd is a full-featured user space daemon which forwards audio data to a real OSS device. In addition lisodspd allows the user to set up a filter between a lisodsp device and the real OSS device. The device supports all linear formats (8/16 bit, little/big endian, mono/stereo) in a wide sampling range (4800 to 48000Hz).