BindConfig is a tool to reduce the error prone work of maintaining BIND's zone files. More precisely, BindConfig is the name of a Python module that can read BIND's zone files and named.conf files, and can modify and save BIND's zone files in a concise format. It is distributed with an interactive shell that can be used to easily modify records in a zone file.
Gspot is a control panel for cDc's Back Orifice. As of 2.0, Gspot requires GTK+ 1.2. Gspot was written using cDc's original Unix client sources, only the front end has really changed. Right now Gspot has all of the capabilities of cDc's client for MS Windows, but also allows cut-and-paste, better layout, session saving and command scripting.
InitScripts VPN Extensions consists of two packages that will allow you to easily implement VPNs using PPP over SSH or PPTP. They are both integrated into the initscripts style of interface control, so a simple 'ifup vpn0' will bring up a VPN connection, and no additional SUID root applications are required. The SSH package implements both client and server functions. The PPTP package provides only the client functions.
Who's Paying for This? is a Python app for payment share calculation. It simplifies the task of figuring out what share of the grocery bills each of roommate is obligated to pay when some items are not used by all roommates. Just launch the script with each person's name as a command line argument and you'll get a GUI. Type in the name of the item on the receipt, the price of the item, check the boxes for the people who are paying for the given item, and click the button to add it to the list. The program keeps a running count, and lists the price paid for individual items.
IMHO In the GNU spirit of freedom, I say _YES_. Let them in. I've never seen any kind of mission statement, or statement of intent for freshmeat, as long as I can remember visiting this sit...