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A project to develop a completely new email protocol, with a matching client and server to eliminate spam once and for all.
Renaissance is a persistant multi-user world. Users evolve in a medieval world where they can chat, visit, meet other players.
Revival/2k is a modular BBS/suite of internet servers and a web-site management system. It consists of multiple web applications (forums, mail, login, etc), internet servers (NNTP, POP3, etc) and a Telegard/Renegade styled telnet server all interacting
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Riggy is a dice `bot for pbIRC RPGs. He is specialized to provide a fair interface for D&D, d20, GURPS, White Wolf, Shadowrun and Mirima Tyalie dice systems. He also includes random name generation and miscellaneous IRC utilities.
A standard, cross-platform C library to turn regular role-playing dice descriptions like "3d6 + 12d4 - 15d10 + 3" into computer usable dice objects, including several different pseudo-random number generators.
The SMTP Mail Dequeuer is a client service designed to automate remote mail dequeuing using the SMTP protocol. Features include detailed logging, flexible scheduling, custom message formats, and administrative alerts.
A proxy smtp server with 1. Use of user-selectable DNSRBL lists to reject mail with customised rejection messages 2. Spam trap addresses to identify dictionary attacks and other spam sources 3. White listing and blacklisting by IP addresses and domain
The SMTP Server Components Package Suite due to help your develope the powerful SMTP Server.
SPAMtasm is an SMTP open-relay honeypot. Its purpose is to trick spammers into thinking they have found yet another open relay mail server. In reality, SPAMtasm will simply respond as if everything is okay and discard all the e-mails.
Toolkit library for client/server systems. Supplies very easy using of sockets and thread under Linux and Win32. Full source-code compatibility for Win-client and Linux-server and vise versa.
Allow peers behind NATs to establish real unproxied TCP streams. Like STUN but for TCP.
Scipio is a lightweight IoC Container for turning your Java objects into runtime dynamically configured components.
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Shared Calendar is a client/server calendar system. Users can schedule meetings with other users and schedule the use of shared resources.
Sherman is a tool designed to aid in the deployment of Win9x workstations and software within an organization. The linux-based bootdiskallows for the unattended installation of Win9x, while the client provides basic software packaging services.
Soma is a powerful, multi-threaded, HTTP 1.1-compliant Web server written in Java. It features an advanced, modular design, CGI support, built-in scripting support (currently Python only), and is under constant development.
The stack tracer is an delphi library for help to make exception handling to informative. The library is written for Delphi 7, but i think will work also on the 5 and 6 versions.
StarBBS is a Bulletin Board System with message forums, private messaging, mail, and chatroom on Terminal and Web service. Please visit: (only in Traditional Chinese) http://starbbs.net/~bbs/ or: telnet://starbbs.net
Components for Windows 98 and Windows NT4 for retrieving text or graphic primitives from any location on the screen (primarily used for screen reader utilities for blind users), and a standard Braille device driver library. See link below for license.
Swocket is a cross-platform modular XML Socket server framework implemented in Python with the intention of being used to communicate with Macromedia Flash 5 content but is easily usable with other platforms that support the same flavor of XML Sockets.
True kernel-level symbolic links in Windows'9x operating systems. File format is compatible with cygwin.
SyncML C Reference Toolkit. The purpose of this toolkit is to provide a reference implementation of the SyncML protocols. The toolkit is designed for both Clients and Servers, for a variety of platforms. More info at www.syncml.org.
TNet is a network library wrapping low-level socket functionality.
Temple is an SQL-backed IRC infobot written for the EFnet #C++ channel, but designed to be usable elsewhere.
The Felix can propagate accross a network without the knowledge of the users and randomly run a program, which can be incorparated. It's ideal for keeping programs running that advanced users would remove and can even optionally play Bach's famous two