A Life Science Identifier (LSID) Resolver is a software system that implements an agreed LSID resolution protocol to allow higher-level software to be able to locate and access the data uniquely named by any LSID URN. This project is the first implementation of a Web service-based LSID URN resolution protocol, and includes Java J2EE, Perl, and Win32 COM/C++ client & server stacks, example programs, and tutorials on how to establish a LSID resolver for any organization.
Amibanex is a banner exchange Web application. It can be used to set up and serve a system in which a group of Web sites mutually advertise each other. It features various member areas and admin features like detailed statistics, editing and deleting member accounts, setting exchange ratio, forcing advertisements to be served, sending mail to members, and giving credits.
Config::Maker takes a file with data in simple hierarchical format (similar to BIND and DHCP configuration files) and several templates, and produces the text by filling in the values. It is mainly useful for creating related configuration files. It can be used to generate firewall configuration scripts, DNS zone files, DHCP configuration files, a reference from a single file with all users and machines, etc. It's useful when you are not satisfied with keeping information synchronized in several places, but don't want something as complex as cfengine. Snippets of Perl can be used if all else fails.
yaspi (Yosi's Anti-Spam POP3 fIlter bot) is a POP3 mail-scanner specifically made to combat mail bombings caused by viruses (i.e. Swen). It connects to the POP3 server, inspects the messages, and deletes the infected ones without ever downloading them. Its most interesting feature is that it can automatically send abuse reports to the ISPs from which the infected mails originated.