You have no use for this section of stuff. Honest.
PyGCS : (1999) a very stripped down MUD-like chat-server written in Python with no dependencies. It has a single “room”, no large database to keep in memory, and no embedded programming language.
AFS Tool Suite : (2000) a Python library and set of applications for administering an OpenAFS cell. [We’re still using this daily as of this update twelve years later]
PGGT : (2002) Performance Gathering & Graphing Tools. Collect data from the *stat commands, convert to a common line-based format with timestamping, and generate graphs using the old Python “Biggles” module. You probably have no use for this nowadays with modern solutions available. I doubt it even runs anymore, but am listing it for completeness.