It aims to be easy to configure and maintain for a small mail server, at the expense of flexibility and functionality.
fault injection. It provides functions to mark "points of failure" inside your code (the "core API"), and functions to enable/disable the failure of those points (the "control API").
It can act as a proxy (the most common use case), and as a server (in case you want end to end control).
It can be used to get keys remotely instead of using local storage. The main use case is to get keys to open dm-crypt devices automatically, without having to store them on the local machine.
FIDO U2F security key remotely, through a lightly-trusted proxy.
It is useful mainly to use as a second factor authentication for ssh and sudo-over-ssh.
git repository browser that can generate static HTML instead of having to run dynamically. It is smaller, with less features and a different set of tradeoffs than other similar software, but it can be useful if you want to generate static HTML at the expense of features.
MiscellaneousMore projects can be found in the git repositories.
Other miscellaneous things with their own pages:
- Linux kernel patches.
- Python modules implementing things like Ada tasks, lazy and dataflow evaluation semantics, etc.
- Labeling mail with mutt.
- TIPC support for Python (merged upstream).
- Notes about the Kindle.
- darcsweb, a web interface for darcs.