Patchutils contains a collection of tools for manipulating patch files: interdiff, combinediff, flipdiff, filterdiff, fixcvsdiff, rediff, lsdiff, grepdiff, splitdiff, recountdiff, and unwrapdiff. You can use interdiff to create an incremental patch between two patches that are against a common source tree, combinediff for creating a cumulative diff from two incremental patches, and flipdiff to transpose two incremental patches. Filterdiff is for extracting or excluding patches from a patch set based on modified files matching shell wildcards. Lsdiff lists modified files in a patch. Rediff, recountdiff, and unwrapdiff correct hand-edited (or otherwise broken) patches.
Iprobe is a low-overhead toolsuite that uses the Alpha event counters to find performance bottlenecks in kernel and userspace. Internally, Iprobe has been used to optimize performance in benchmarks (SPEC CPU95), operating systems (VMS, Digital Unix, Windows NT) and databases (Oracle, and Informix). Iprobe has traditionally been a cross-platform alpha tool. It runs on Digital Unix, Open VMS, and Windows NT, and it is now being released under GPL for Alpha/Linux.
ithought is a personal thought manager, allowing you to create and store entries that can be linked together via keywords. Through the use of various modules, it is possible to do a number of things with these entries, including uploading to a website as part of an online journal. Modules can be written in C or in any scripting language. Modules are currently available to upload diary entries to kuro5hin, livejournal, and advogato.
The JACAL Project is a suite of programs, scripts, guidelines, protocols, documentation, and diskettes that assist in quick, network based loads/builds of machines. It has been used to build 70 University lab machines from scratch (No OS) in two hours. This includes NT service packs and 80+ applications on the NT side.
ClimbLog is a Java application for writing down climbing routes in something like a diary. The entries are stored hierarchically, so it's easy to navigate and search through the tree. You can add comments for each entry or tally routes. The data is stored in XML format and can be exported to HTML.