Some of the tools here are useful, although mostly specific to my networks and configurations. But expect some crazy shit, too. One might discover three different implementations of an obscure protocol from 1980's or something just as useless.
bincontains symlinks to all scripts, for my $PATH.
disthas scripts dealing with this repository itself.
objis where compiled binaries for C tools go, to allow sharing
toolscontains stuff that will, some day, be cleaned up and put in the right place.
The useful stuff:
music/gnome-mpris-inhibit– disable idle-suspend in GNOME while music is playing
music/mpris– control MPRIS2-capable players
net/tapchown– change owner of tun/tap network interfaces (Linux)
x11/dbus-name– list, activate, wait for DBus names
x11/gnome-inhibit– set and list idle inhibitors in GNOME
The somewhat useful stuff:
misc/motd– notify about changes in /etc/motd
kerberos/kl– a better klist
kerberos/pklist– list Kerberos tickets in easy-to-parse form
kerberos/kc– manage multiple Kerberos credential caches
misc/envcp– borrow the environment of another process
net/getpaste– dump raw text of pastebin posts
net/mc-presence– control Empathy IM status
net/rdt– recursive rDNS trace
security/git-credential-lib– read Git credentials from GNOME Keyring or Windows Credential Manager
The not-really-useful stuff:
lib/python/nullroute/sexp– parse Ron Rivest's S-expressions
mail/babyl2mbox– convert BABYL mailboxes
misc/strtool– misc string manipulation functions
net/nbls– list NetBIOS names in current broadcast domain
security/git-credential-netrc– read Git credentials from standard
tools/askpin– use GPG Agent as a generic password prompter
tools/sonyericsson-screencap.py– capture screenshots from Sony-Ericsson phones
win32/identd– an Ident server with multi-user support
win32/pathed– a weird kind of %PATH% editor