libLatin1 is a small library that converts a number of ASCII-based character encodings into Latin1 (or ASCII and windows-1252). Conversion may be strict or sloppy--letters may be 'unaccented' (e.g., a with acute => a) or transliterated (e.g., double lower quotation mark => double quotation mark). It's more convenient than iconv, recode, or ICU if you're stuck with either ASCII, Latin1, or windows-1252. It's faster in unaccenting (for the supported encodings) then unacc, because it works on 8-bit characters.
The Word Unmunger is a small Python program which removes much of the HTML cruft produced by Microsoft Word 2002 (Word version 10), making the files much easier to edit by hand. It removes XML namespace declarations, smart tags, meta tags, HTML comments, style sheets, DIVs, the Microsoft Office file list, CSS classes, and Microsoft Office grammar and spelling error markers.
phpSecurityAdmin is a PHP application that was designed to be implemented in custom Content Management Systems (CMS). It is designed to be easy to use, so that CMS programmers do not have to spend a lot of time managing user access. It can be used for controlling access to Web pages based on user names and passwords. The system allows the client to manage user accounts and access rights, and to add, edit, or delete users. It also features "user profiles" which provide an efficient method for creating multiple users with similar access rights. It includes localization support and a few language translations.
Lophty Directory indexer is a PHP class that allows you to display a sorted listing of subdirectories and files within a directory. File sizes and last-modified timestamps are provided for all files, which are sorted alphabetically first according to extension and then by filename. You can easily specify subdirectories and files to exclude from the listing. It offers a great degree of flexibility over which files are listed. Subdirectories can also be excluded from listing altogether.