LPVS (Linux Package Vulnerability Scanner) is a Linux distribution news feed based package version scanner that shows which security advisories apply to your system, which packages are installed in a vulnerable version, and to which versions you should upgrade. Currently supported distributions: Ubuntu and CentOS.
wave-player is a remotely-controllable music player (frontend) connecting via HTTP calls to a music database (backend). It allows music to be controlled and streamed via HTTP so you can hear your music at work or anywhere else. The frontend is based on QT4 and the backend uses via Perl/MySQL. The API is open and REST-based.
OGRI (Original Generic Reporting Intranet) provides a simple Web-based interface with "portals" for viewing any number of reports in a secure manner. It is designed to be as lightweight as possible in terms of server load, and its simple interface means it works well with most browsers.
Vault is a Perl script to store away files, including metadata and integrity checks. Any file you want to keep, you put into a vault. This vault is just a directory. You can create any directory hierarchy allowed by your filesystem, and when you "vault" a file to a destination directory, a subdirectory is also created to store metadata files containing the MD5 hash of the file, the date it was vaulted, and any notes (i.e., metadata) you want to save regarding the file.
genpuppet is a script to automatically generate a puppet manifest based on a series of user inputs. Think of it as a kernel "make config" for puppet. With genpuppet, the most frequently used resources are prompted for so one can quickly generate a working manifest without having to concentrate on syntax and spacing.
Marsk Article Directory lets you build, manage, and run an article directory with ease. It comes with everything needed to let visitors submit and modify articles, supports an unlimited number of categories, and is highly customizable and completely re-brandable. It includes visitor control panels, money-making features, custom data fields, Google Maps support, many social plugins, RSS feeds, advert/banner rotators, HTML generation, article ratings and comments, mailers, and more.