Lich is a cross-platform multithreaded interpreter meant exclusively for use with text-based MUDs. Its primary goal is to provide a dynamic and extensible framework that offers advanced users the ability to customize the application and its functionality to their needs while remaining accessible and useful to the majority of players. It supports scripting in Ruby, Simutronics "Wizard", and, in Unix environments, any language with an interpreter program.
News Content Management makes it easy for non-technical users to update and manage articles, press releases, news stories, headlines, and editorials. No HTML or programming knowledge is required. News articles can be arranged in any number of categories and category levels, resulting in a very good visitor experience. The news pages can be either embedded into your own Web pages or simply linked to from any pages of a site. In either case the system provides you with the HTML code necessary and all you have to do is paste a few lines into your own pages.
StableNet Express can comprehensively monitor an entire network, including the system and application environments. It features an easy-to-follow graphical display which provides a live view of what is going on in a networked IT system. The automatic discovery functions allow the entire monitoring system to be up-and-running within only a few minutes. Nothing needs to be installed on the production systems. It can be extended by users with their own measurement and alarm modules by adding scripts into a specific folder.
WmConsole is a console server for Windows Mobile devices which listen over BlueTooth RFCOMM channels. It allows the user to interact with the device using a commandline interface from a Linux or Windows workstation. You need the QTTY Linux/Windows client to access a WmConsole server.
NTW Lisp is a server written in Common Lisp for applications that use the NTW protocol to communicate with a GUI client. This asynchronous protocol makes it possible to serve remote applications that are indistinguishable from native ones. It's also useful for quickly writing GUI apps from Common Lisp that can be run locally.