zip08x is a library that provides convenient read access to files inside a zip archive. Users and developers can archive application-specific files to a zip archive using well known utilities (zip) and read them from the application when needed. This helps reduce scattering of files on the filesystem.
m2vmp2cut is frame accurate (currently PAL) MPEG2 video (M2V file) with accompanied MP2 audio cutter. Frame accuracy is achieved by re-encoding video around cutpoints. Audio is cut from a separate MP2 file at positions that keep A/V sync as good as possible (maximum sync difference is around 10-15 milliseconds compared to the source).
Tarlisted takes lines of text as an input and creates tar archive based on that information. Each line contains permission, user, group, and a path name that are to be written in the header part of the tar entry. In addition, at the end of line the syntax varies depending the file type archived. For example, in the case of regular files, the filename where file content is read is added. Tarlisted creates POSIX.1-1998 tar file format only, and can archive all seven of the file types it supports.
BoreWiki provides a Web form interface to edit reStructuredText formatted text and creates static (X)HTML pages out of it. It provides password-based user authentication, and has directory-based access control for these users. All edited and saved pages are stored in RCS files if there is need to access old content.
httpcmdd provides a way to have a (Web) browser user interface to programs running on the same machine as the browser. httpcmdd PEEKs the headers of the incoming message from the browser and finds a program that matches the request received. Programs are run with privileges of the user running the browser. Each user may have their private commands available in their home directory in addition to the common programs installed to the system (if any). Some programs may be placed in a special directory, and will then be run with root privileges.
Simple TCP File System is a FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) based networked file system. It consists of 2 parts: a network server daemon that is started on the (remote) host, and a FUSE module running in user-space on the local host. The server component is launched via SSH, and after the client and server have communicated and created a separate TCP connection for data transfer, the SSH link is shut down.