DNSdoctor is a tool based on zonecheck that is intended to help with solving misconfigurations and inconsistencies in DNS zone files. It features a powerful configuration file, does not depend on policies, fine grained test selection (by test, categories, or zones), full IPv6 support (connectivity and AAAA records), and several input/output interfaces (CLI, GUI, CGI, and a dedicated mode for use inside shell scripts). It uses threads to cut down checking time and can be extended with new tests, interfaces, and reports, and features exception and cache mechanisms to simplify test writing.
Mondrian is a project manager and editor for the Ruby language. It has the familiar look and feel of a modern IDE while remaining dedicated to the uniqueness of the Ruby language and its community. It comes with a dynamic object browser, a full-featured project manager, and does runtime error integration amd syntax highlighting.
AntFlow builds upon Apache Ant to provide a new approach to simplifying system automation that uses pipelines of hot folders chained together to perform a given task. Using XML, it associates an automated task such as data transfer, encryption, or XML processing with a directory on the local system. Whenever a file is copied or written into the hot folder, the associated task is executed and the file is moved to the next hot folder in the pipeline for further processing.
Elite Journal is a personal online journal (or "blog") package. Elite Journal has a fairly complete feature set, including threaded comments, categories, drafts, "cuts", TrackBack pings, an RSS2.0 feed, and Textile or Markdown. The primary goal of the project is to be simple to install and use.
rconftool is a reimplementation of Sam Varshavchik's sysconftool in Ruby. Its purpose is to keep configuration files "fresh" when upgrading an application from one version to another, ensuring that all necessary settings are present and that obsolete ones are removed. To use it, application writers need to distribute their config files marked up with some simple metadata in comments, and arrange for the "make install" or "make install-configure" target to invoke rconftool. rconftool can be called as a library function or from the command line. It can also install groups of files recursively from one directory tree into another.