svclean is a set of utilities for enhancing svscan and supervise. With these tools, you get clean shutdown (i.e. services are guaranteed to be stopped before their loggers, so no logs are lost) and supervised logging of svscan's and supervise's output (so if the last-resort logger is killed, it can be restarted). These features are practically necessary for running svscan as process 1, but are useful even when svscan does not run as process 1.
svnauthcheck checks the syntax of a subversion authorization file and generates Apache-like permission specifications to be used by other tools such as ViewVC. svnauthcheck, in combination with subversion pre- and post-commit hooks, can be used to delegate the administration of a repository authorization to the end users.
The svnmailer is a tool that is usually called by a subversion hook to submit commit notifications in various ways (at the moment: mail via SMTP or a pipe to a sendmail like program, news via NNTP, or CIA live tracker notification via XML-RPC). It is derived from the original mailer.py distributed with subversion, but should be much more consistent, more extensible, and have many more features.
swaret is an updater for Slackware and Slackware-based distributions. It upgrades, installs, re-installs, and downloads packages, patches, sources (with build scripts), and much more. Dependency support is included, which tracks and fixes missing libraries for all packages. Several Slackware Linux mirrors are used through HTTP, FTP, rsync, or a local filesystem. Third-party Slackware packages are availible on LinuxPackages.net or other repository sites. Internationalization (i18n) is supported.
swpartc is a simple but reliable utility for copying the data contents of one file or partition into another one and vice versa without losing a bit. The partitions must have the same size. It uses a crash recovery technique (a small back-up file), which means that even if the process is killed or the computer crashes, the user can safely resume the swapping operation later.
A simple and trivial to use utility for keeping various 3rd party application packages installed on multiple machines. It leaves flexibility for making packages local to a host or remotely served from a central server. It is not the same sort of tool as RPM; rather it serves a related but different purpose. In particular, unlike most package systems, it can run independently of your main system (RPM, pkgadd, etc) and lets you install multiple versions of an appplication at the same time.