PHP MySQL DB Class is a PHP class that acts as a MySQL database access wrapper. It can connect to a MySQL server, execute MySQL queries, and retrieve single value results or return result rows into arrays. It can also count the number of executed queries, escape text literal values, and perform update, insert, and delete queries.
MeetmeAutoMute is a utility for Asterisk that can automatically mute participants in a Meetme conference. This can be handy for when you are using the conference to broadcast some audio (like during a speech or presentation, and do not want to have people interfere with the speaker. It is written in Python and uses the AMI through the pyst library. Everything is configurable through a config file, and can be controlled at run time through the use of "signals". An "init.d" style bash script is included that will start the app as a background daemon.
Arista is an easy-to-use multimedia transcoder for the GNOME desktop. It focuses on the goal of transcoding media, namely the devices you wish to play the media on. It is designed for use by people who are not familiar with audio and video encoding and want an easy way to get multimedia to their devices. It supports input from DVD and V4L devices as well as regular files.
Rig3 is a photo blog system that generates static HTML pages from a collection of pictures and text files. It uses the file system to dictate the structure. Each post can be an individual file, a directory with text and a list of images, or an Izumi blog entry. A wiki-like text syntax is supported. Monthly and index pages are generated along with an Atom feed per category. It can scale reasonably well for a moderate personal photo collection with tens of thousands of pictures.
The goal of dzo is to treat application database objects the same way the application's source code is treated, with respect to development, revision control, and deployment. Dzo uses a text file that contains native create statements for all database objects and compares them against the actual database-schema. As a result, dzo creates the SQL statements needed to update the database schema (or you can let dzo execute the SQL statements directly). If your application lives in a Tomcat or Java EE application server, dzo has a servlet that controls the deployment process, inspects and executes the necessary database changes, and finally deploys the application. Dzo currently works with HSQLDB, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server (more to come).