antioch is a Web application for building scalable, interactive virtual worlds. Begun as a MOO-like system for building virtual worlds, the goal was to take the LambdaMOO approach to creating online worlds, and update it in hopes of attracting new players to an old idea. Like many MOO clones before it, antioch uses Python as its internal scripting language. This provides a powerful environment for game authors, while a flexible object model allows for creation of complex in-game objects.
Jam2 is a collection of components for the Drupal 4.7 CMS platform. It provides a number of new node types aimed towards allowing independent musicians to upload media and cover art, add album and artist data, and create and manage podcasts of new material or previously uploaded jams. Uploaded media can be presented to the user as an embedded Flash player, a download link, or both. Users can create podcasts that feature the full array of iTunes tag data, so that podcasts can be easily listed with the iTunes Podcast Directory. Albums, once defined, can also provide their own podcasts, allowing musicians to optionally involve their fans throughout the creation of an album.
Options.pm is a command-line option-parsing Perl module meant to imitate the syntax of the t.p.usage.Options module from the Twisted Python library. It will allow you to specify which options to look for on the command line, and supports both long and short versions of simple flags and parameters. If a required parameter is unspecified, Options.pm will print nicely formatted usage information with the error.
txOpenID is an implementation of the OpenID Identity Provider specification, written using Twisted Web and Divmod's Nevow. It reads authentication data and user Web sessions out of a MySQL database using MySQLdb and Twisted Enterprise's adbapi layer. txOpenID currently supports version 1.1 of the OpenID specification.
modu is a high-level toolkit for building database-driven Web applications in Python. It provides all the common components needed to build custom Web applications in Python, including form generation, object-relational database mapping support, pluggable template systems, database-resident session and user support, and more.