Plesk Sync is a WHMCS add-on module that imports, controls, creates, and synchronizes client hosting accounts on Parallels Plesk servers. It finds orphaned hosting accounts that are active in Plesk but not in billing and attempts to locate the real owner of the hosting account. It also imports and creates new clients with invoiced hosting accounts, including passwords. All client servers running the Plesk OS are displayed along with detailed statistics such as uptime, load averages, memory, disk, clients, domains, databases, and mail.
Proxy Connector is a PHP class that can be used to retrieve remote Web pages using the Tor network. It can connect to an HTTP proxy server that accesses the Tor network to communicate with any remote Web server. The class can switch the Tor user identity and use a random browser identity on each request to further obfuscate the Web accesses done by the class.
Sitegrab is a URL grabber that parses IRC logs for data and then inserts it into a database that can be searched through a web interface using a combination of announcer name, date, partial url, and type of url. Also supported is an administration mode whereby urls can be edited and deleted through the web interface.
The SMDP (Standard MP3 Database Project) provides a standard schema for MP3/ogg databases, APIs for numerous languages, and a few utility programs to aid in managment of the database. The goal is to standardize the format of MP3/ogg databases while making it easier for developers to incorporate database support into their MP3/ogg applications.
The Static Page Plug-in For Geeklog is a plug-in that extends Geeklog's functionality by letting you create semi-static pages. This plug-in is great for pages that do not change often like privacy policies, help files, security policies, and about us pages. Full Web-based administration of pages is provided through Geeklog's API and it allows you to (optionally) wrap your Geeklog header/footer and block around your static pages.
phpFeed is a system for retrieving and displaying RDF and RSS site summary files without requiring a database. Updating is done either on-the-fly when the page is loaded, or scheduled via a cron job. The layout and style of the display is fully configurable, and the configuration file itself is XML.