GLD-fork is a fork of the GLD program by Salim Gasmi. The fork has been made because the original project has been dead for many years, and some new featured were needed. GLD-fork, as with the original GLD, adds greylisting functionality to the Postfix mail server. Greylisting is a fairly resource friendly anti-spam technique. GLD-fork can easily be combined with other (more resource consuming) tools to build anti-spam protection.
BRisa is a framework written in Python that allows the creation of UPnP devices, focusing on Media Servers and Media Renderers. Regarding the Media Server reference implementation, it allows users to share and search content from UPnP A/V devices. It offers a plugin architecture enabling users to share their own content stored in multimedia portals, such as SHOUTcast, Flickr, and recently incorporated YouTube Videos. In addition, the framework also provides a very simple UPnP control point API, which is being used by the Canola Project.
FusionMaps helps you create animated, interactive, and data-driven Flash maps for your dynamic Web applications. It can display geographical data distributed by category, regions, or entities. Usage examples include statistical display of data, flight routes, office locations, election results, survey results, or business data like "Revenue by Regions" or "Revenue by states". It can plot over 450 maps, including all continents, major countries, and US states. The maps are driven by an XML data source.
Diskus is a high-level hard drive diagnostic and limited repair tool. It checks the disk geometry by writing numbered IDs into the sectors of the hard drive. Later one can verify that these sector-IDs on the disk are still correct, thereby detecting data which was not correctly written. There is an option to "freshen" the data on your harddrive, which will read and rewrite the sectors. With modern drives this will re-map defective sectors.
md5chk is a tool for creating MD5 sums. It was designed so that its output would be easy to use with command line shells. It guarantees that the MD5 sum is always "clean" of characters that would be misinterpreted by the shell and that special characters in the file names are always properly escaped.