Dead Projects Walking

Perhaps it is too strong to say that these projects are dead. Maybe they are just hibernating. Either way, eventually I have to put down some projects so that I can pick up others (or just so that I can manage the ones I am attempting to maintain).

Error Reporter (PHP4)
The error reporter is meant to sit on top of your application. When this script is initialized, it begins trapping all the non-fatal errors which occur on the page. When the page is finished loading, the Reporter object iterates over all of the captured errors and performs the specified reports based on the error level.
The demo is still available for your viewing pleasure. Error Reporter has also been adopted by the TYPO3 web CMD framework as an debugging extension, named CCDebug.
This script will force all links on the page to fade from a start color to and end color when flying over the link and vice-versa for mouseout.
GTK Net Resolve (ruby)
Long before the Ruby on Rails craze began, I dabbled with Ruby after reading an excellent article on the language in Linux Magazine. In an effort to play with both ruby and GTK, I wrote this single panel application to resolve an IP address from a domain name and vice versa.
srsed (bash)
Before I truly understood the power of find, I wrote this script to run through a list of files and perform a search and replace operation. I have since discovered that can be done directly from find using the syntax: find -type f -exec sed -i "s/searchpattern/replacepattern/" {} \;