Cinabox (Continuous Integration in a Box) automates the setup of a Continuous Integration (CI) system by doing The Simplest Thing That Could Possibly Work. It consists of two simple scripts to set up a cruisecontrolrb CI server from scratch on an Ubuntu 8.04 system: one script to bootstrap Ruby, and another script to set up CI.
Cloud User Shell (cush) is a multi-call executable bringing RESTful cloud control to the command line, combining many useful cloud computing utilities into a single executable. It follows the Unix philosophy of writing components that work together, do one thing and do it well, and communicate over text (HTTP) streams. It is also RESTful, clearly delineating the 3 sides of the REST Triangle: verbs (e.g. GET), nouns (e.g. http://samj.net/), and content types (e.g. text/html).
oVirt is a small host image that provides libvirt service and hosts virtual machines (oVirt Node) and a Web-based virtual machine management console (oVirt Server Suite). It is built using existing open source components (libvirt, kvm, collectd, Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL, and freeIPA). Presently, the oVirt Server Suite only manages the oVirt Node, but the goal is to be able to manage other node types and hypervisors in the future.
Psdfposter can be used to create a large poster by building it from multple pages and/or printing it on large media. It expects as input a PS or a PDF file, printing on a single page. The output is again a PS or PDF file, which may contain multiple pages that together build the poster. The input page will be scaled to obtain the desired size. It is much like poster for Postscript files, but works with PS and PDF, since sometimes pspdfposter does not like your PS files. Psdfposter is a bash script with a Zenity GUI, and requires pspdftool.
Nhopkg is a lightweight and powerful package manager system for Unix-like operating systems. Nhopkg can install, remove, update, search, and manage software packages in its own .nho format. Nhopkg aims to be a universal package manager. Because of this, Nhopkg isn't only a package manager, but is also a set of guidelines to pack up software for any machine. Therefore, to check package dependencies, Nhopkg searches for specific files instead of package names.
LPAR2RRD makes historical, future trends and nearly "realtime" CPU utilization graphs of LPARs and shared CPU usage of IBM Power servers. It collects complete physical and logical configuration of all servers/LPARs. It is agent-less (it gets everything from the HMC/SDMC or IVM). It supports all kinds of logical partitions (AIX/AS400/Linux/VIOS).