Yaws is a WWW technology with capabilities similar to the combination of Apache with PHP and a database. Yaws runs faster, with smaller footprint, higher scalability, and higher reliability. Subjectively speaking, it uses a more beautiful technique to generate dynamic pages than other similar technologies.
yesClock is an application based on the YES watch. The Yes watch uses a novel approach to displaying time, showing where in the day you are rather than just the time. The Yes watch approach, used by this companion yesClock software application for your desktop, is a way of measuring time that is more intuitive and natural than any other.
yesCoder is a program to hide data in ASCII text files. It can also be used to format ASCII text files. Hiding data means that the data is coded into an ASCII text file. The idea is that this ASCII text file (a poem, a story, technical documentation, etc.) looks so innocent that no one would guess that therein is some interesting data. If you have the need to hide some data like passwords, accounts, phone numbers, etc., so that no one can find it, yesCoder is the right tool for you. You even may send this coded data to other persons via email.
ymusk stands for Yenzie's Mush Klient. It is a mush client written in Perl, and it is built around the Net::Telnet and Tk modules. It is meant to be a simple program which is easily customizable. Its features include logging, macro definition, speech filters, command history, and ANSI colors.
yumpkgs is a tool to help people download the right set of RPM packages needed to update another computer that can't download the packages itself, for whatever reason. After the packages have been downloaded, they can be transferred to the other computer by way of a flash drive or portable disc. yumpkgs produces a list (downloads.list) with a .bat script that can be run on Windows to do the downloading.