Exim-Python is an extension to Exim that adds the ability to execute compiled Python functions and methods from within Exim configuration file string expansions. Since Exim uses string expansions heavily throughout it's operation, this feature allows powerful added control to an already very flexible mail server.
The Python Asterisk package (py-Asterisk) is an attempt to produce high quality, well documented Python bindings for the Asterisk Manager API. The eventual goal of the package is to allow rich specification of the Asterisk configuration in Python rather than in the quirky, unstructured, undocumented mess of the Asterisk configuration files.
You aren't fully evolved yet ;)
Your setup sounds quite familiar to mine, however I have xterm configured with a massive scroll buffer and no scrollbars (as opposed to memory hog gnome-terminal).
Most of my stuff is done in the console too, with one exception - vim. gvim built to use GTK, with all it's scrollbars and menus, etc. removed is a really neat editor. Add a few bindings and you have transparent X11<->vim cut-and-paste.
I've run out of steam before finishing this comment. Oh well :). My vim configs (and others) can be found at <http://botanicus.net/dw/conf.html>.
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if you can read this, you're a geek.