Some Things About My Own Server (STAMOS) is a perl script that gathers infomation about the computer is is running on (mainly from /proc) and writes these into an HTML file. This information consists of CPU (name and bogomips), amount of RAM, OS, load averages, currently mounted hard drives, current uptime, and best uptime. The language of the output file can be changed. For finding out the uptime, STAMOS needs uptimed (by Rob Kaper).
OBLISK (Open Binary Linux Install System Kit) aims to make any package install on any modern GNU/Linux system. OBLISK packages are sent in an appdir-like package and can be run entirely in place, but also have an installer, which makes it possible for them to be installed to /usr or any other path.
Formido is one of those games where you are loaded with some guns and you go shooting different things. "Things" in this case are big, ugly, alien insects. The goal is to kill as many of these as possible. Eventually, they will overcome you, but you must struggle as long as you can. There are some power-ups to aid you in your quest.