bashlib is a shell script that makes CGI programming in bash easier, or at least more tolerable. It contains a few functions that get called automatically to parse incoming form parameters, keywords, and cookies, and builtin functions to access this data. It is very well documented and can be extended very easily.
Re: (Carefully) agreeing
> A cool thing would be a certain
> convention on a new directory (perhaps
> calling it /var/apps) where each
> installed program (either by source- or
> bin-tarball) would put a logfile that
> would be readable by an imaginary
> program called 'remove' residing in
> /usr/sbin or so...in fact the equivalent
> of /bin/install.
Take a look at /var/adm/packages on any Slackware box.