Dbeacon is a distributed multicast monitoring tool. The main purpose of a beacon is to monitor other beacons' reachability and to collect statistics such as loss, delay, and jitter between beacons. Dbeacon supports both IPv4 and IPv6 multicast and supports collecting information using both Any Source Multicast (ASM) and Source-Specific Multicast (SSM).
Reverse Pimpage Revision 2 is the rewrite of Reverse Pimpage. Its purpose is to allow you remote access to boxes that are behind firewalls. This is extremely useful for boxes which use LAN IP's as well as firewalls which only allow you to browse the web and not access your box from home. However, it's not necessarily useful if you have administrative access to the firewall itself.
The BlinkenServ (or BlinkServ) is a project aimed at developing software for the Simple Blinkenlights Transport Protocol. It currently provides a graphical server suite that features streaming, file sharing for blm movies, and uploading of love letters and the ability to play them on demand. It includes a stream viewer (compatible with CCC's blccc) as well as a file sharing client that uses the SBTP protocol.
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.
Firetero is a firewall for a single computer. The default setup works for a typical workstation. For a server, a sample configuration is available for most common daemons. Firetero uses the iptables syntax for rule definitions, has a standard /etc/init.d start script, and offers a rules.d directory for integration with other packages.