MassTrans is a complex project to build an application with a Web interface which finds the quickest path using a mass transportation system. It contains Perl fetching and parsing scripts, SQL and PL scripts for maintaining the database, PHP and HTML scripts for the Web GUI, and C++ files for the core application.
OrbitHyip is a High Yield Investment Program (HYIP) script that allows you to manage members and E-gold/IntGold/EvoCash/E-Bullion deposits. It supports unlimited payout plans and the flexible template system allows you to easily change the design. Code encryption is used on many files to prevent hacking attempts. It features full integration with E-gold/IntGold/EvoCash/E-Bullion payment gateways, advanced statistics, internal transfers, and more.
bigquotes is a quotes database based on the bpquotes project, with some minor (for the moment) enhancements. It is designed to let IRC users add funny quotes for others to see. A banning system, Web-configurable options (session support, registration, admins, timeout for voting, etc.), and other facilities are planned.
Tomkitty is a Web server written in Java. It was conceived initially as a container for Web applications called Turdlets, themselves conceived as a simple alternative to Servlets. The code, though badly documented, has been put together with simplicity and understandability in mind and uses interfaces extensively. The general idea is a clean, stable, and scalable Web server in Java without the complexity and steep learning curve that comes with running the whole Tomcat system.
This is a project to create/maintain webportfwd. Webportfwd is a program which listens on specified ports for incoming HTTP requests. When requests come in, it replies back with a redirect to tell the browser where the real URL lives. This allows one machine to receive multiple HTTP connections to multiple ports, and depending on the port contacted, it will reply with the URL for the service that the user expects to find on that port. The ports it listens to and the URLs it sends out are stored in a text configuration file.