TiVonage allows Vonage customers to use a TiVo to manage their voice mail, including checking for new messages, listening to messages, viewing caller ID and address info, and returning calls via Click2Call. To use TiVonage, you must have a network-connected Series 2 TiVo and a computer with Java installed.
Jam2 is a collection of components for the Drupal 4.7 CMS platform. It provides a number of new node types aimed towards allowing independent musicians to upload media and cover art, add album and artist data, and create and manage podcasts of new material or previously uploaded jams. Uploaded media can be presented to the user as an embedded Flash player, a download link, or both. Users can create podcasts that feature the full array of iTunes tag data, so that podcasts can be easily listed with the iTunes Podcast Directory. Albums, once defined, can also provide their own podcasts, allowing musicians to optionally involve their fans throughout the creation of an album.
python_alsaplayer is a set of Python bindings for the alsaplayer libraries. These are intended to provide a minimal level of abstraction over the C libraries. Higher-level abstractions and functionality can then be written purely in Python. This module has dependencies on the boost and Python libraries.
streamiumd aims to be a simple-to-use, yet feature-rich daemon that runs on a server containing MP3s and M3U (playlist) files. It requires very little to get it running (Perl and MP3::Info), runs fast even on old machines, and allows your MP3 collection to be browsed from your Philips Streamium (tm) MC-i250 or MC-i200. It can serve to multiple devices simultaneously, has its own built-in HTTP daemon, can read HTTP URLs for Internet radio from M3U files, and can run on whatever port you choose.
1FCD-OpBSD (also known as Karma BSD) is a one-floppy OpenBSD MP3 player with functionality to mount NTFS, UDF (on DVD, CDROM, or external file), EXT2FS, NFS, MFS, and MSDOS file systems. It plays MP3 tracks, and can copy files from any disk to any disk. The software may be useful for the blind and it can also be used as a unique utility for copying files over a network (via NFS) or from any file system known to OpenBSD. USB sticks can be mounted as well. Static OpenBSD binaries can be made on other systems and used with Karma BSD.