Batchput transfers files from a local directory, matching the regex you specify, to a URL (FTP, FTPS, SFTP, HTTP, HTTPS, or anything else supported by PycURL). Written in Python, it is primarily intended to transfer "incoming" files continually to another host by being called regularly from crontab or similar. It focuses on doing this safely and efficiently by using per-directory locking to avoid collisions between different batchput processes, allowing configuration of notification in case of error (email by default, but can be any shell command/script/program), and moving transferred files to a local backup location where they can be archived or simply deleted.
ErlyMUD is a rather minimalistic MUD server, written in Erlang and making use of the excellent OTP libraries. The aim is to have solid support for exploration and roleplaying, within a highly fault-tolerant environment where system crashes or reboots are more of an exotic curiosity than a commonplace thing.
Re: Pretty Disappointing
> OK, so Cinelerra is more of a editting
> suite than a player, however it's
> probably the best chance Linux has,
> without creating yet another DVD player
> from scratch, which is going to suck
> just as much as the current four.
Now, that's rather cynical ;)