sim (simple instant messaging) is an IRC client specialized for use with bitlbee. It is based on sic (http://suckless.org). It reads commands from standard input and prints all server output to standard output. It also multiplexes all channel traffic into one output, so you don't have to switch to different channel buffers. sim must be customized by editing its source code to insert the correct username, server, password, and identification information.
simplejson is a simple, fast, complete, correct, and extensible JSON encoder and decoder for Python 2.3+. It is pure Python code with no dependencies, but includes an optional C extension for a serious speed boost. The encoder may be subclassed to provide serialization in any kind of situation, without any special support by the objects to be serialized (somewhat like pickle). The decoder can handle incoming JSON strings of any specified encoding (UTF-8 by default).
site-C-ing is a Web development engine that uses C++ as a development language. The source code for the Web is a mixture of HTML (or whatever is the target content-type) and embedded C++. The engine preprocesses files, compiles them using the C++ compiler and serves to the user using .so shared objects. Each "component" can be considered a C++ class with the logical consequence of being able to derive one from another, etc.
skd is a small daemon which binds to a UDP, TCP, or Unix-domain socket, waits for connections and runs a specified program to handle them. It is ideal as a secure, efficient replacement for traditional inetd. It is also an easy-to-use tool for non-privileged users wanting to run their own network services. Datagram and stream sockets are available in both the Internet and Unix namespaces, each with the expected inetd behavior. In the Internet domain, IPv6 is supported in addition to IPv4. skd also supports connection limits, verbose logging of connections, dropping of privileges, forking into the background with a pidfile, and redirecting stderr to syslog or a file. Some of these facilities (such as forking into the background, privilege dropping, and logging) are also useful for standalone, non-network services and can be used without binding any socket.