AZStats is a JSP file that parses and displays the contents of an Azureus stats file (typically Azureus_Stats.xml). The JSP is totally self-contained. No additional files/classes are needed. Just drop the JSP into a JSP/servlet engine and edit the JSP so that it points to your Azureus_Stats.xml file (either locally or via http://), and it will display the contents in a readable format.
MiniIM is multi-protocol instant messaging client. It is based on J2ME and thus targets the MIDP2 supported platforms (commonly found in the mobile devices). It is inspired by the popular Pidgin (Gaim) program. The design is concentrated on the protocol level abstraction and an easy way to integrate new protocol implementations. The interface design is unaware of the underlying protocols.
iGet is a file transfer tool that lets you browse and move files between Macintosh computers. Unlike AppleShare, iGet is network-oriented and designed to be fast over real-world Internet connections, and not just high-speed LANs. Its custom-designed network protocol efficiently supports remote Spotlight searching and true Mac icons. It understands packages, Finder labels, and HFS metadata and resource forks. Connections are always strongly encrypted. A copy of iGet is not required on the remote machine.