Fyrewall is a full featured firewall system based on FreeBSD. It comes with an easy installation interface. Fyrewall includes features such as full control via a Web interface, an aliasing system for easing management of firewall rules, failover clustering support via CARP, load balancing, integrated VPN support for many popular protocols, traffic and system statistics reporting, and the packaging system.
SONaFR is a small system based upon OpenBSD 4.1 and 5.1. Version 1.0 is a floppy version with router, NAT, and firewall capabilities. No hard disk or CD-ROM is necessary. The system boots off a floppy, and all you have to do is to configure it. It also has transparent firewall and bandwidth control capabilities. Version 2.0 has two bootable USB images (OpenBSD 5.1); one has 120 MB, and the other one 1 GB. It has DHCP, Midnight Commander (a Norton Commander clone), and various basic system tools.
CinayOS is a 64-bit operating system that was forked from Linux in order to develop a radically different approach to concurrency, SMP, and most other kernel subsystems. Its goals include a new caching infrastructure, easy software package management, and an OpenGL accelerated animation system.
Chiron FS is a FUSE based filesystem that implements replication at the filesystem level like RAID 1 does at the device level. The replicated filesystem may be of any kind you want; the only requisite is that you mount it. There is no need for special configuration files; the setup is as simple as one mount command (or one line in fstab).
Brighton Chilli is an effort to promote the BSD's in the Wifi field by providing a flash image and bootable ISO with Chillispot for easy rollout of managed Wifi hotspots. Initial releases will be based on FreeBSD, with the aim of covering Open and NetBSD later. The image contains software under various licenses.
EPOR is an extensible package organiser for Unix-like systems. It's written to trace filesystem changes (something being installed) and save this information in a simple text database (this, as any other provided feature, is customisable via the embedded Guile interpreter). Database entries contain information supplied by the command line (package name, version, etc.) and traced by filesystem changes (new directories, files, etc.). This is achieved using the "LD_PRELOAD method''.