snmpd-pyagentx provides Python3 bindings for AgentX extension of the snmpd part of the Net-SNMP project. It allows you to tie into snmpd, returning your own values for OIDs or whole OID trees right from the Python code. It consists of a thin C interface for snmp_agent_api(3), provided by net-snmp project libraries, and pure Python logic for handling forwarded requests. The C code is loosely based on the python-agentx project codebase by Bozhin Zafirov.
Masqmail is an MTA (mail transport agent) for notebooks, workstations, home servers, and generally any host with no permanent network connection. It has special support for multiple transfer routes (e.g. to different mail providers). Address rewriting can be done in several ways. It is a slim replacement for full-blown MTAs such as sendmail, exim, qmail, or postfix and for the intended uses, configuration is much simpler.
bmake is a program designed to simplify the maintenance of other programs. Its input is a list of specifications as to the files upon which programs and other files depend. If no -f makefile makefile option is given, bmake will try to open 'makefile' and then 'Makefile' in order to find the specifications.
Son of Grid Engine is a highly-scalable and versatile distributed resource manager for scheduling batch or interactive jobs on clusters or desktop farms. It is a community project to continue Sun's Grid Engine. It is competitive against proprietary systems and provides better scheduling features and scalability than other free DRMs like Torque, SLURM, Condor, and Lava.
gpfcalc is a GTK+ front-end for pfcalc, a pipe friction calculator using the Darcy-Weisbach equation. It computes major, minor, and static losses for flow through pipes or ducts. Up to 1024 pipes or ducts can be defined by specifying hydraulic diameter, length, roughness, flow rate, temperature, and elevation change. Data can be saved in a comma separated values file (CSV) and imported in the spreadsheet program of your choice for further processing.
s6-portable-utils is a set of tiny general Unix utilities, often performing well-known tasks such as cut and grep, but optimized for simplicity and small size. They were designed for embedded systems and other constrained environments, but work everywhere. Other sets of small utilities are usually system-specific; for instance, the (otherwise excellent) BusyBox project only works on Linux.