site-C-ing is a Web development engine that uses C++ as a development language. The source code for the Web is a mixture of HTML (or whatever is the target content-type) and embedded C++. The engine preprocesses files, compiles them using the C++ compiler and serves to the user using .so shared objects. Each "component" can be considered a C++ class with the logical consequence of being able to derive one from another, etc.
GeboGebo is a wiki system written for tdbengine. It stores all data in a local database structure and thus provides an indexed fulltext search. It uses a simple syntax, and has user lists, pages history, a missing pages list, and a recent changes list. Image and file upload are possible, but can be disabled. This allows it to work as a small document management system. A blacklist allows you to lock existing pages from being edited or new pages from being created. It can also be run in static mode, where all pages are additionally held as static HTML pages.
BOOTPd NIS is a really simple BOOTPd server that uses NIS maps to retrieve host information (host name and IP address). Older BOOTP servers (at least those shipped with Solaris) consult /etc/bootptab to get host information. This server enables system administrators to maintain and centralize only one hosts database.
deb-install is a command line tool that can install or show information about packages and files in several different formats. Whenever a program is installed using deb-install, it is converted into a .deb package beforehand, and thus can be removed with a simple "apt-get remove <name>". It currently supports apt-get, .deb, .rpm, .dsc, and .tar/.zip (source archives). Compression via gzip or bzip2 is handled automatically. If a needed tool is missing, deb-install asks whether it should install it.