TEA Total is a collection of extremely small encryption tools. At the heart of TEA Total is the TEA (Tiny Encryption Algorithm): a fast and secure 128-bit private key algorithm which was developed and placed in the public domain by David Wheeler and Roger Needham of the Cambridge Computer Laboratory.
Spin Chat is a completely Java based Chat application, both server and client. It has been originally developed on Linux and runs excellent on it. It features vast customization possibilities, multi-channels, built-in spam control, graphical administration tools, I18N, channel logging, ignoring, emotes, etc.
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.
Sizzle is a Scheme interpreter for embedding into C applications and for standalone scripting. It implements a nearly complete subset of R5RS Scheme, adding a lot of primitives for U*ix scripting, regular expression searching, a simple module system, dynamic library linking, powerful string processing procedures, and much more. It includes a user's guide and an embedding manual in texinfo format, some examples, the embedding library, and a standalone interpreter for interactive use and scripting.
RPilot is an interpreter for the IEEE-standard programming language PILOT written in portable C. PILOT is a language that was designed in the 1960's to support computer-aided instruction and is very simple to learn. RPilot comes with an introduction to the language and several examples.
Q2Java is a game DLL for Quake2 that allows game code to be written in Java instead of C. It currently runs on Win32, Solaris, and Linux platforms. It takes advantange of many Java features including security, cross-platform binary compatibility, internationalization, dynamic classloading, just to name a few things.
Pklinux-bigi is a Slackware derived distribution based on glibc 2.2 and Linux 2.4.0-test11. It can run on 386, 486, 586, and Pentium machines with only 4 MB of RAM. Builtin features include IP tunneling, firewalling, encapsulation, QOS(based on ipv4 RSVP), kernel debugging, loopback, network block device, and numerous filesystems (including ntfs and sysV). It contains Apache, proftpd, bind 9.0, syslogd, sendmail, iptables, iproute2, and gated. NAT configuration by iptables is included by default. It is a loopdisk based distribution which can be directly run from DOS, no hdd partitioning needed. This distribution is kept as minimal as possible and it can be useful in places where you want a low end computer to act as a firewall, webserver, mail server, router, or an alternative to zipslack.