stegnate is a program to hide data in BMPs or WAVs. stegnate-gtk is the GTK version. Under GTK versions later than 1.2, it may not compile, but it works from a command prompt and doesnt need GTK at all. At the moment, this software can only hide data in 8 or 16 bit BMPs and 8 or 16 bit WAVs.
Chiron was written to demonstrate that you could embed special tokens in an infobots fact file so that recalling/matching a fact causes novel/interesting and hopefully useful behaviour. The 'tokens' gradually gained functionality, and now the factoids themselves are fully programmable. A tracing feature is used to automatically follow instructions, generate the code, and then learn it as a fact. There are many other features, including a hooking system for plugging multiple backend engines in to process what it sees, etc. The current problem with the program is the lack of documentation.
JaMailer is a simple email server. Although small, simple, and easy to use, it supports quite a few options for setting things like socket backlog, max client connections, max mail box size, max email size, where to drop email to unknown accounts or store in a special mailbox, and lists of accounts for which you want to log/spy on the two way communications.
JaMailist is mailing list software that is simple and easy to use. It was produced as an add-on to JaMailer and works well with it, although it should be easy to configure to work with many different setups. It's designed so that a novice can have mailing list services running in seconds.
I added a readme, which explains how to use the bot, and the meaning of the special tokens. You can view a version of it online at http://zen.gadgees.com/show?info=15
I hope his helps.
just a note
you can store any file type in the bmps/wavs, and use
any number of bmps/wavs to increase the storage
can be used as a terminal command, or in Desktop
Graphics Environment (uses gtk)