va (virtual administration) is a console based script for the administration of virtual Web, mail, and DNS servers for multiple domains hosted on one or two Linux machines. It configures the standard (suse) Linux servers, and allows you to make changes to the configuration files. It will configure the following servers: Web server, apache with virtual hosts (create and remove domains) ftp server, set up ftp upload accounts mail server, and bind (set up primary and secondary name servers).
glogin is a program that can be used to cause a terminal (usually a virtual console) to be logged in automatically, without having to type a userid and password. Stick it in place of getty in /etc/inittab to have terminals come up logged in and at a shell prompt at every boot. Same purpose as 'alogin', but you use it a little differently, and it does a little more of the usual login stuff. It is a simple Perl program, and can be easily customized.
Forms for Metadot Web Portal is a web based forms package for the metadot portal. From your browser you can define a form with checkboxes, radio buttons, etc. Validate minimum length, max size, or against a regexp, attach "help" to field, and usual forms package type stuff. Users can then use the web to enter data according to your forms. It works within the metadot portal environment (nice, flexible portal - gpl mod_perl mysql).
wavnorm is a simple command line utility to destructively maximize or alter the colume of a stereo .wav file. It's handy for making the volumes of a range of .wav files consistent before or after mp3 conversion, audio CD burning, etc. nplay is a simple .wav player with VU meter and peak meter. nrecord is a simple .wav recorder with VU meter and peak meter. Although simple the VU meter greatly aids getting optimum recording quality. nplay and nrecord use the newt text mode library.
WebPic is an application used to take a directory of digital cam pictures, and provide a frontend for Web viewing. It allows you to scale the images to different values, add comments, and display them in varying HTML styles. It uses ImageMagick for the image processing, and PerlMagick as the interface. It also requires the use of Tk::JPEG for image display. Please read the included Readme for more information on development and bugs.
Acorn is the second in a series of games created as part of the WorldForge bootstrapping endeavour, aimed at creating an engine for massively multiplayer online games. The previous demo featured skeletons moving across crude maps. Acorn builds on this by incorporating a Python-scripted, event-driven rule system, a glient/server architecture using the Atlas Protocol System, goal-motivated artificial intelligence, herding behavior and nutrient-based growth simulation, sound detection and automated reaction, and a richer collection of artwork, sound effects, and music.