I'm using all software listed below right now, so it's fairly stable. But it tested only on Linux (and some designed to work only on Linux).
- Script which add GnuPG info into email headers while delivering (for use in .qmail). This is useful if you automatically decrypt PGP-encrypted/signed messages, and so you didn't see is that message was encrypted/signed or not in your MUA. With that script you can check "GPG:" email headers in your MUA to see is that email was encrypted and correctly signed.
- Trivial script which analyse directory structure on your Kindle and generate collections with same names as directories (with subdirectories).
- Personal OpenID server
Very simple OpenID server for
paranoidpeople who bother about their privacy and don't trust public OpenID service providers.
You'll need CPAN module Net::OpenID::Server to use it.
Also very good as simple starting point for developing your own OpenID server in Perl.
I wrote small article about it.
View your AsciiDoc-formatted documentation in browser.
This script will automatically convert your *.txt files into *.html on-the-fly when user send request to your website, so you can just update *.txt file and immediately view changes on website.
About documentation system
- tcpserver-compatible anti-spam (greylisting) smtpd.
- Input Event
- Allow you to configure keyboards with additional (multimedia) keys.
- Simple and flexible incremental backup.
- Ease to use wrapper tools for ssh and scp.
- Control email delivery (for .qmail only).
- Search dictionary located in MySQL database.
- Library for fake access to files from external app.
- A bundle of useful small utilities.