- Apache OTL
- A mod_perl Apache handler for pretty-printing OTL files.
- Perl Modules
- Some perl modules that have been published to CPAN.
- Ruby Modules
- Some ruby modules that have been published to RAA/RubyForge.
- A handy shell-like interface for browsing LDAP servers and editing their content. It keeps command history, has sane autocompletes, credential caching, site-wide and individual configs, and it's fun to say. Shelldap! Shelldap! Shelldap!
- Simple and free static hostnames for your dynamic IPs.
- Vim Stuff!
- A small collection of plugins for the Vim editor.
- A high-performance, low-resource URI rewriter for use with the Squid caching proxy server. With it, you can dynamically alter URI requests that pass through Squid based on various criteria.
It uses a state machine to parse URIs and rules, and a constant database to store and access those rules. It can then either perform conditional rewrites internally, or by evaluating Lua scripts.
ThingFish is a network-accessable, searchable, extensible
datastore. It can be used to store chunks of data on the network in an
application-independent way, associate the chunks with other chunks
through metadata, and then search for the chunk you need later and fetch
it again, all through a REST API over HTTP.
A super-fun undertaking with Michael Granger
on behalf of LAIKA.
A Ruby library for doing stuff with LDAP. It mimics some of the concepts
from Sequel for SQL, but at the
same time doesn't make the mistake of treating LDAP in a relational fashion.
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As reported by USA Today, Time, Newsweek, the BBC, Wired Magazine, and
quite a few others: "An instant web classic."
Circa 2000. Yeah, so that happened.