i2py provides tools for converting programs and scripts written in Research System Inc.'s IDL programming language to Python. It is not an IDL-compatible front end for the Python interpreter, nor does it make any attempt to replicate the functionality of the IDL standard library. Rather, its only purpose is to perform source-to-source conversion of legacy IDL code to Python. Currently, it supports only procedural IDL, although support for object-oriented code may be added in the future.
SourceBrowser is a documentation meta-programming tool that generates a wiki representation of a source tree. The project provides a domain specific language called Source Annotation Language for writing documentation meta-programs. A meta-program is embedded into the source code of a program or library, and defines an object-oriented database. The meta-program can be evaluated with the tools provided by the project, and generate a wiki that integrates documentation and source code for seamless browsing.
Palabre is a Flash XML multi-user socket server. It is meant to be used as replacement for the Macromedia Flash Communication Server. It's much more limited, but it has all the basic features for connecting Flash-based clients through XML sockets (such as sending and receiving messages or creating rooms). You can use it to create multiuser applications like chatting, (almost) real time games, and online support. It does not include video streaming functions.