log4bash facilitates creating easy to read and easy to parse log files from your bash scripts. Developers have the ability to override pretty much all of the default behavior. If the developer chooses to let a user do so, they can pass flags to a script at run time to control some aspects of the logging output. This includes displaying the logging output to the screen in addition to the log file, and altering the logging level. There is a script included (test.log4bash.sh) that provides working code on how to use all of log4bash's features.
MeetmeAutoMute is a utility for Asterisk that can automatically mute participants in a Meetme conference. This can be handy for when you are using the conference to broadcast some audio (like during a speech or presentation, and do not want to have people interfere with the speaker. It is written in Python and uses the AMI through the pyst library. Everything is configurable through a config file, and can be controlled at run time through the use of "signals". An "init.d" style bash script is included that will start the app as a background daemon.
pyxmdb is a database utility for exporting and importing data between a delimited text file (e.g. CSV) and virtually any DBMS. It has been tested with SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, and DB2. It supports running SQL statements before and after performing the import or export. Also allows for any of the SQL statements to be read from a file or provided on the command line. It supports reading and writing of compressed files, in addition to standard input and standard output.