dantalian is a transparent file-tagging system using hard links. Tags (which are directories) can be accessed on the file system level (with or without fuse), allowing maximum interoperability with other applications. Tagging operations are performed with scripts, and can also be hooked into other applications. dantalian is file-agnostic and can be used with any and all types of files. Tags can be organized hierarchically and can also be tagged. With (optional) fuse support, dantalian can also create virtual tags (currently limited to tag intersections (AND), but will be expanded later), which can be accessed transparently on the filesystem level.
Pytaf is a test automation framework designed for simplicity and ease of use. Using JSON configuration files, this lightweight, general-purpose test harness can execute any and all Python 3 methods. The driver hands over the configuration to the method and collects the results. Everything in between is open and unrestricted. While there are plenty of test approaches available in Python, sometimes you just want to do your own thing your own way. Pytaf is intended to help you do just that. The Pytaf project does come with sample code showing some ways of using it (including HTTP and Selenium WebDriver tests), as well as a complete README, but you can also make up your own guidelines at will. The only requirement is the format of the JSON configuration file and a (boolean,string) tuple returned to the driver.
RCSSmin is a CSS minifier. The implementation is based on the semantics of the YUI compressor, but aiming for speed instead of maximum compression so that it can be used at runtime rather than during a preprocessing step. rCSSmin does syntactical compression only (removing spaces, comments, and possibly semicolons). It does not provide semantic compression (like removing empty blocks, collapsing redundant properties etc). It does, however, support various CSS hacks (by keeping them working as intended).
pyautomate is a general-purpose CLI automation tool. Unlike other tools, you describe a state machine in a configuration file and use the CLI to go to a certain state. pyautomate will automatically figure out which tasks to run to get to your desired state. The configuration file is a Python 3 module, which allows you to easily and flexibly define your tasks.