GkAuth is a call management system written for the GNU Gatekeeper project. It functions by connecting to the status port of the gatekeeper and collecting signals in its database. It provides Web based administration and user interface and stores its data in SQL tables. Key features include a Web-based management interface, run-time user administration (add/remove/modify user rights), prepaid/post paid/free billing, and call history.
RAT is an RTP audio conferencing and streaming application that allows users to particpate in point-to-point and multi-point audio conferences over the Internet. Developing features include multiple sampling rates, mono/stereo, loss concealment, and IPv4/IPv6 support, and both versions feature encryption and run on a range of platforms.
Dial! offers an easy way to communicate with your GSM mobile phone over the IR-port. It features fast access to numbers stored in the internal addressBook database, the ability to dial numbers quickly over the IR port, to write SMS messages up to 160 characters on your Palm and send them over your mobile, Flash SMS (SMS appears directly on the display of the receiving mobile), SMS report, store SMS in the outbox of your mobile, save SMS in the Palm Memopad after sending, and an optional provider database.
The Nokia Logo Converter for Linux is a program that is capable of converting most Nokia Logo Files (*.nlm, *.nol) into Bitmap and vice-versa, allowing you this way to use any Bitmap (other graphic formats also supported) you drew or copied from somewhere as a logo for your Nokia Mobile Phone or to browse your collection of Nokia Logo files. It handles both formats of Logos (Operator and Picture SMS) and has an integrated file browser showing you every Logo or Bitmap in a directory while you scroll in the file box. It features a batch convert mode, so you can convert several files at once. It also offers standard file managing functions so you can manage your logos on your hard disk.
MMS Diary is a mobile phone weblog/diary for use when you are on holiday. It uses MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) as a transport to upload texts and photos to your homepage. This is done with a PHP script that pretends to be an MMS proxy relay (the server that receives MMS messages is sometimes also referred to as MMSC).