phPOP3clean is a spam, virus, and worm filtering system for POP3 email accounts. It is designed to run as a cron job and can catch spam based on links to blacklisted IPs, obfuscated words, or blacklisted phrases in the message body as well as attached-image spam, email worms, and corrupted or malformed emails.
tinypy is a minimalist implementation of Python in 64k of code. It includes a parser and bytecode compiler written in python. tinypy runs on its own C-based virtual machine with garbage collection. It supports a fairly decent subset of Python, including classes with single inheritance, functions with variable or keyword arguments, strings, lists, dicts, numbers, modules, list comprehensions, exceptions with full traceback, some builtins, and several modules.
The yawiki engine is the underlying rendering engine of the yawiki application. It is a standalone rendering engine to convert wiki markup into HTML. It can be included in any application. So far it covers three different markups: BBCode, the old yawiki markup, and the Creole 1.0 specification.
Growler is a general purpose, C++-based distributed object and event architecture. Though general, its primary application has been in support of collaborative visualization, computational steering, and "concurrent visualization" (the visualization of supercomputer simulations in progress). Growler's distributed object and event architecture is suitable for application to high-performance LAN environments as well the Internet. Its features include strong integration with C++, selective distributed reference counting, and efficient well-typed event channels for local and remote event broadcast.
JCatapult is a development platform written in Java. Built for modularization, JCatapult allows developers to build modules such as a blog, content-management system, wiki, or any other reusable set of features and use them across multiple applications. Built on top of open source technologies, JCatapult is a robust and scalable platform. However, it is also agile and lightweight because it uses a convention over configuration approach.
Reverspring is a Java library that allows you to create Spring IoC XML files from POJO at runtime. CoI stands for Control of Inversion: Reverspring just inverts the inversion of control mechanism of Spring Framework, allowing you to (re)write Spring descriptors starting from your Java objects. With Reverspring, you can write process descriptors on XML files without reinventing a new DTD or XML schema, but just using the well known Spring IoC syntax.