Bidwell (named for Shelford Bidwell, the inventor of the first true fax machine way back in the late 1800s) is a set of Perl scripts that are designed to run as a cron job on a Unix-like system to download emails from a POP3 account and send their contents to a CUPS or lpr printer.
Pod::Manual is a module that gathers the pod of several Perl modules into a comprehensive manual. Its primary objective is to generate a document that can be printed, but it also allow to output the document into other formats (e.g., docbook). podmanual is a utility that uses Pod::Manual.
cupsfax is a set of two scripts to integrate a HylaFAX fax server into the CUPS printing system. To send a fax, the user prints it to the designated printer queue. He will then receive email with a link to a Web form. In this Web form, the user may enter additional parameters (most importantly the receiving fax number). This way, there are no additional conditions on what can be printed, like fax numbers embedded into the file or job name. This can also be fully integrated into a Wamba/CUPS configuration, enabling Windows clients to send arbitrary documents as faxes. It also gives the full power of the CUPS print processing pipeline to sending faxes, and makes it possible to specify additional faxing options.
SGQI is a print quota system for CUPS. It features per-printer user and group quotas, automated popup messages to users, and a Web application that lets users access print quota usage reports with a complete job history. Users, groups, printers, and quotas are all administered through the Web.
DrygerFax is a HylaFAX client for Windows which communicates through a special server running on Linux. It employs Samba and CUPS on the server to present a full-fleged network printer. Once a print job has been submitted, the server calls back to the client to ask for the fax information. Unlike some clients, this one does not need custom printer driver software to print, since the printer is presented as a generic Postscript printer. Unlike other clients, this one "phones home" to the user to get information needed to fax.
The DigiMemo A501 can be used for the digitalisation of normal writings. Everything you write with standard leads on standard paper will be digitally collected, stored, and later transfered to your computer. As the transfer format, an internal file format called INK file is used. This format can be converted by this tool to Postscript or PDF files. This way, you can use your DigiMemo A501 on Linux, BSD, Unix, or Mac OS X.
PostScript::CDCover generates a Postscript program that prints a CD cover and backlabel, with contents displayed as a tree of directories and files. The module ships with a stand-alone, ready-to-use script, pscdcover, that takes the directory tree of a CD-ROM as input and generates a cover from it. The output can be directly fed to a PostScript printer, but it is designed to be easily editable (should one wish to remove unwanted directory entries, for example).