mkpkg is a small toolkit for automatically building Slackware or OpenLab packages. It should work on most packages that contain a makefile. It follows Slackware standards and is intended to build packages acceptable for linuxpackages.net. After you type the description, it generates a correctly formatted slack-desc file and logs configure options.
With 'nixstaller' you can easily make installers for Unix-like systems. Some of the project goals: support for many different platforms, support for different (optional) frontends used by the installer (currently FLTK, ncurses, GTK 2, and Qt are planned), ease of use for the install creator and the end user, different ways of installing (extract files to a location, compile software on the user's system, and maybe even integration for the package manager running on the user's system). Nixstaller can be fully translated and is programmed in C++ and sh.
Japt-Proxy is a fast and reliable caching proxy for Debian's APT system. It is intended for environments where several Debian systems have to be kept up-to-date and downloading the same files over and over again from the Debian mirrors is undesirable. Even with high volume internet connections, it can dramatically reduce the time required to install or update Debian on many machines.
YOURI (Youri Offers an Upload & Repository Infrastructure) aims to build tools that make the management of a coherent set of packages easier. It assists in the many tasks involved with running a package distribution project, such as allowing individual maintainers to upload packages in a central repository, creating package indexes for package, synchronizing development resources such as CVS or bugzilla, advertising new packages, signing packages, and checking the consistency of individual packages or the global repository.
A tool for chatting and exchanging anonymous email and files securely.
A no-cost version of the Arkeia Virtual Appliance for use in VMWare environments.