OGRI (Original Generic Reporting Intranet) provides a simple Web-based interface with "portals" for viewing any number of reports in a secure manner. It is designed to be as lightweight as possible in terms of server load, and its simple interface means it works well with most browsers.
WebMon is a Java VM monitoring tool. It can be deployed to any servlet container or embedded in your EAR, or in JavaSE applications. RSS, e-mail, and Jabber notifications of potential problems are sent. It is useful if you aren't able to use traditional tools such as JConsole or VisualVM.
Skyperious is a Skype database viewer and merger. It can open local Skype SQLite databases and look at their contents, search across all messages and contacts, browse, filter, and export chat histories, see chat statistics, import contacts from a CSV file to your Skype contacts, view any database table and export its data, change, add, or delete data in any table, and execute direct SQL queries. It can also compare two Skype databases, show the differences in chats and contacts, and copy any spotted differences from one database to another. Skype uses local database files to keep its chat history, and older messages tend to get lost as computers get upgraded or changed.
OpenHIM is a health information mediator that aims to enable easier interoperability between disparate health information systems. It was developed as the Rwandan reference implementation of a health information exchange for maternal health, and is intended for use in low resource settings.
iterate simply takes a command line with an inserted dollar sign, $, and substitutes $ with entries from a list. Each such inserted command line is executed sequentially. The list can either be specified in the command line or in a file. iterate is particularly useful in sending commands to clusters of nodes. It was written with SSH/plink in mind.
Multiple Eyepairs Only is a project to define a file format and to provide tools to use cryptography for things like four-eyes principles. The key idea is this: if information should only be accessible to a group of people together, with the additional possibility to have some redundancy in participants, then MEO is for you.