libsas is a Python library to take the pain out of using SaaS APIs. It provides an abstraction layer on top of various APIs, taking care of constructing the URLs, serializing parameters, and authentication. You just call Python methods and receive Python objects. It's like an ORM for SaaS.
Asymptopia Linux Process Tool is a script which runs from a terminal and accesses the /proc filesystem through a simple text interface. It has a menu of commands for monitoring and getting information about processes. If installed in your path, you can also simply issue the command "proctool [program2kill]" and all instances of the specified program are killed.
PWebS is an HTTP server written in Python. It is intended to be used for testing, but it implements a multi-threaded architecture, CGI/1.1 with GET and POST methods, supports PHP through the CGI interface, and directory listing. It also features a caching system, which stores all pages (static or dynamically generated) in memory to improve the speed of the server and reduce the overall load. Requests and server errors are logged, and the server can drop root privileges to run as a specific user.
rmachine is a simulator for register machines (in the context of complexity theory), complete with a GUI and a Python module to be used in your programs. The machine ("RAM") is equal to Turing machines in its computional power. It has theoretically unlimited memory (but is limited in practice by your computer's memory).
Response is a set of tools to handle automatic email responses, also called "Out of Office", "Vacation", or "Autoreply" messages. Response tries hard to do that the correct way, i.e. not responding to messages that should not be responded to. All of the validation code can be easily modified to suite your needs, but the project tries hard to ship sane defaults. It is designed for many virtual users and multiple mail servers, but works just fine for small deployments. Configuration and response state is stored in an RDBMS.