Here are some of the apps and scripts in various languages I've worked on:
*UPDATED September 29, 2011*
BVN TV program grabber, a PHP script that generates XMLTV formatted XML pages for the Dutch language BVN TV satellite tv channel. Primarily for use by MythTV or SageTV users. Click the title to download a zip file. Read the README.TXT file for more.
NOTE: in late 2009, BVN changed the format of their web pages containing the programming information. The changes were significant enough that I could not patch the previous Perl grabber. I wrote a new grabber using the PHP language (already installed on most MythTV systems for use by the MythWeb application).
This grabber can email a weekly HTML overview with direct links to the mythweb recordings page for each program, making it very easy for eg. spouses to setup recordings on your MythTV system!
I have been using this new grabber succesfully as of Jan-4-2010.
Recent updates include a fix for 1-digit month and day xml errors, and adding an icon link the channel. See the getbvn.config.inc file for more.
WG7J GridMapper - *New June 2011* This application allows you to upload your ham radio log files in ADIF format, and it will show you your worked grid squares, either on a Google Map displayed in your browser, or on Google Earth via a downloadable KML file.
php Tools for Groupwise,
an example PHP management application for the Groupwise collaboration
suite. It uses the SOAP api provided by Groupwise v7 & v8. Can manage
proxies, rules, folders, create automated reports, and much more. Updated for Groupwise 8.0.1 and PHP v5.3
The project can be found at Google Code
Google::ProvisioningAPI, a perl module implementing the Google Apps for Your Domain Provisioning API version 1 (Update: someone else has now updated this module to include supported for v2 of the API! Above link goes to that version.)
JNOS - a multitasking app written in C (with some x86 assembly), running on DOS, for Hamradio use. Provides TCP/IP services of Packet Radio. For more, see http://www.qsl.net/wg7j This is now actively developed as JNOS2, running under Linux, at www.langelaar.net/projects/jnos2/)