WOTS is a logfile monitoring utility written in Perl. It's based on swatch but is brand new. It can be configured to watch multiple logfiles and to generate actions based on (perl regex) patterns matched in those files. Logfile rotations and variable logfile names are all possible. The actions can be printing the message, executing an external command, and others.
WPP is a small perl5 script that allows preprocessing of HTML files. It allows you to define "variables", which are brief abbreviations for longer constructs, and include common HTML fragments. It's useful for giving a uniform layout to different HTML pages. It can be used in cgi-bin programs for automatic generation of pages. With less HTML code inside you can make more flexible cgi-scripts.
wx200d is a weather station data collector and server daemon for the RadioShack WX200, a.k.a. Oregon Scientific WM 918. It also supports the wireless WMR918 and WMR968 hardware. wx200d can record weather data to files or a database. It also listens for client connections and tees the data out to those clients. Clients (included) can connect to wx200d from any machine and display the weather data in real-time or upload it to wunderground.com. This package also includes utilities for summarizing and plotting the data by hour, day or month and producing web pages.
wxDesigner is a dialog editor and RAD tool for the wxWindows C++ library and its popular Python and Perl bindings. It includes a visual dialog editor, a bitmap editor, a syntax-highlighting source editor, and built-in mechanisms for automatic generation of file skeletons, GUI classes, event handlers, and getter functions. It provides an identical user interface and identical functionality for C++, Perl, and Python, and it can generate output in C++, Python, Perl, and XML.
X-Bone dynamically deploys and manages Internet overlays to reduce their configuration effort and increase network component sharing. It discovers, configures, and monitors network resources to create overlays over existing IP networks. It uses two-layer IP-in-IP tunneled overlays and supports existing applications and unmodified routing, multicast, and DNS services in unmodified operating systems. X-Bone also support IPsec within overlays.