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python-jabberbot is a Jabber bot framework for Python that makes it easy to write simple Jabber bots. One can use these Jabber bots to provide information about running systems, to make Web sites interact with Jabber-enabled visitors, or notify the bot owner about updates or changes that are monitored with custom Python scripts.
urlwatch is a script intended to help you watch URLs and get notified (via email) of any changes. The change notification will include the URL that has changed and a unified diff of what has changed. The script works out of a single directory, so there is no need to install anything. State files are kept in the same folder. The script supports stripping parts of a page that are always changing through the use of a filter hook function. It is typically run as a cronjob.
SSID-based SMTP server changer for Evolution is a simple script that uses gconf and NetworkManager (via D-Bus) to check which wireless network (SSID) you are currently connected to, and updates Evolution's accounts list (in gconf) to point to the correct SMTP server for that network. It is useful for when roaming between wireless networks that are connected to different ISPs.
minidb is a Python module that utilizes the SQLite3 database library in order to store and retrieve Python objects. It utilizes Python's __slots__ mechanism to determine the column names, and uses the class name for table names. Data is always stored as text in the database, but will be converted using the type specified in __slots__ (which therefore has to be a dict).
Updated, fixed version
An improved version of wavbreaker can be found here:
Hopefully these changes make it into an official release sometime in the future.
Re: And where's the CMS?
> Then you should have call it Custom
> Templating System ;)
On second thought, yeah that would have been the right title for it, I guess :) Anyway, I'm glad you like it (the content, not the title, hehe).