Gumshoe is a program that connects to multiple file sharing services, allowing one to search and download from any of them simultaneously with a consistent interface. Currently only Napster and Gnutella are supported. A plugin system makes it easy to add more. A console UI is implemented, graphical and possibly HTML/HTTP interfaces will come later.
kpinger is a front-end for the ping command which provides support for every current ping option with a KDE-QT GUI style interface. Some options are only active if you are the superuser. It is also possible to save ping results in seperate files. It is designed to work under any Unix flavour which has QT2 and KDE2 installed.
Tabatha is a GTK2 popup menu for tablet PCs, handhelds, and other frequently changed desktops. It can be called with a single keypress, and allows system configurations (power, X display, networking, etc.) to be changed with a single button push. New buttons are easily configured through a simple XML file, with no programming necessary.
Hotspot Service retrieves billing information about wireless ISP hotspots. It uses a SOAP client to retrieve several types of information, including the current connections, transactions, gateways, and accounts, and whether the gateway is online. It can be used to create new accounts.
mfw allows multiple firewall configurations to be managed from the commandline on Mac OS X. Multiple firewall modes (and easy means of selecting between them) are useful on laptops, where one may want a default paranoid firewall, a mode for network scanning with nmap, modes for various networked games, or to run a software Network Address Translation (NAT) wireless base station.
xLightweb is an easy-to-use HTTP network library to build high performance, highly scalable network applications in Java. xLightweb provides a simple and intuitive API to write client side HTTP applications as well as server side HTTP applications. In contrast to the Servlet API, xLightweb is not only focused on server side programming. xLightweb also supports client side programming by providing high-capacity client side classes such as an HttpClient. It supports both blocking/synchronous programming as well as non-blocking/asynchronous programming.