OpenCloudAV is the first open source multi-engine based malware analysis service from the network cloud. This project is in alpha release, run only in GNU/Linux, and is mainly developed using Perl SOAP::Lite module. Version 0.2 alpha is available now
Payup is a web application for managing IOU's between a group of people. It's good at summarizing and simplifying complicated situations.
Paua is hypertext processor using the Perl programming language to do most of the work. Paua will be available as a Apache module or as a CGI executable.
This is a program that can be used to save IRC conversations while you're away. A C++ version is coming so that Perl won't be required.
This is a Master-Patient Index program designed to monitor network traffic for HL7 messages and catalog an index of Patient-Data Location. This is similar to any other kind of network packet monitor. The only difference is what's in the packets.
The Scenario Data Selector is a Perl script that serves up scenario data on the web. Users can browse data and choose to show by value or as growth rates or indices. Data can be shown by region or indicator - the script takes care of regional aggrega
Actor provides a web-enabled, self-service user interface to run your scripts. You run a desktop application to setup your scripts in Actor. Your users get a web site where they access your scripts in a controlled, fail-safe manner.
LinEd is a line-based text editor written in Perl. It is not designed to write files, but to correct minor errors. When a normal text editor would load an entire file, LinEd will only show a few lines, making finding and rectifying the error a simple job
Support for the Oasis XRI (Extensible Resource Identifiers) effort. This includes resolvers and client libraries for XRIs in multiple languages and multiple platforms. See http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/xri
Unimatrix is the collective works of Matrix, Tsunami and Mainframe. Unimatrix allows for a setup of distributed file repositories. Completely peerless, and using HTTP/1.0 as its transfer medium. Unimatrix Can easilly be used for Filesharing and since its
roffit converts input nroff man pages to output HTML pages. See http://daniel.haxx.se/projects/roffit/
WatchProxy is a Perl-based command line tool for benchmarking HTTP proxies and comparing the performance of the proxy to direct website access.
A simple and open command-line damage parser made initially for the Necromancer class on the Shards of Dalaya - http://www.shardsofdalaya.com - server written in PERL.
The UMich OAI Toolkit is a set of Perl based tools for harvesting OAI data and creating an OAI-PMH 2.0 compliant data provider.
TXAdmin (Trolls uniX Administration) is a Unix toolkit, containing mostly Shell and Perl scripts, to maintain, manage and monitor your Unix server park.
A tool to convert General Bible Format files, such as the World English Bible's source (http://ebible.org/web/) into BibleConverter format for use with Bible+ for Palm OS (http://palmbibleplus.sourceforge.net/).
This is a small dict.org parser written in perl. Enables you to use a dictionary on command line. It can use all the dictionaries provided by dict.org. Options include the use of multiple databases and a fuzzy search (as provided by dict.org).
Cache .deb files for multiple machines in a portable repository. Works for Debian and Ubuntu (so far). Allows easy ongoing maintenance of multiple machines by reducing the net traffic, and of course speeding up the installs on each local machine.
docbook2X converts DocBook documents to man and Texinfo format.
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A modular DNS server. It can be used as a dynamic DNS server, or it can be modified to fetch names from a pre-existing database.
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The Kachina project seeks to build a mobile-commerce system for the iPhone based on 1-dimensional barcode scanning.
This project is for the developing Solanaceae Phenotype descriptors and ontology. The vocabulary is being used at the Sol Genomics database (sgn.cornell.edu).
Libraries and goodies for all things RIA.