Contributed by grey on from the almost slipped off the radar dept.
The project page may be found here: http://www.nullcube.com/software/pyopenbsd.html
Below is the text from the original announcement back in November, which we unfortunately missed at that time:
PyOpenBSD is an extensive set of Python bindings for libraries and functionality specific to the OpenBSD operating system. PyOpenBSD's capabilities include interface manipulation, extensive access to network statistics, an interface to kernel events through kqueues, arbitrary network packet parsing and manipulation, and complete pcap bindings. For more information, please see the manual linked from the PyOpenBSD page. Please note that this is an Alpha release, intended mostly to invite participation and comments from the Python and OpenBSD communities. http://www.nullcube.com/software/pyopenbsd.html -- Aldo Cortesi aldo at nullcube.com http://www.nullcube.com Off: (02) 9283 1131 Mob: 0419 492 863
This looks like it could be really useful for python and OpenBSD fans; but I think my favourite comment (or at least the funniest) on the subject as uttered by Tim Newsham may be found here.
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