Ding is a PHP framework that provides dependency injection (by Setter, Constructor, and Method), Aspect Oriented Programming, XML, YAML, Events support, and some JSR 250/330 annotations as bean definition providers, lightweight, can be deployed as a PHAR file, simple, and quick MVC, syslog, TCP client and server with non-blocking sockets, timers, and custom error, signal, and exception handling, PAGI integration (for the Asterisk gateway interface), and PAMI integration (for Asterisk management). It is similar to Java's Seasar and Spring.
Ametys is a powerful Web CMS used by many institutions of higher education and government, but also industries and SMEs. It is known for its ergonomic design which promotes ease of use, its social Web functionality, and the ability to manage a large number of users. It makes content publishing accessible for the non-programmer and provides an easy editorial interface very similar to Microsoft Office applications.
LightAdmin speeds application development by bringing a pluggable, fully operational data management backend to JPA-based applications and relieving your codebase for more important things. It allows developers to define a data management backend with POJOs and JPA and customize it using simple Domain-specific language.
Geomajas profiling project is a simple application profiling system that can be used to continuously gather profiling information in a running application. It allows you to get the number of invocations and total/average time. Profiling data can also be grouped to allow total time to be split up over different groups. There is utility code to use this for JDBC access profiling, and JMX integration for accessing the data which is gathered and reset the counters.
SNOW is a utility for concealing messages in ASCII text by appending whitespace to the end of lines. Because spaces and tabs are generally not visible in text viewers, messages concealed with whitespace are effectively hidden from casual observers. If SNOW's built-in encryption is used, the message cannot be read even if it is detected. SNOW exploits the Steganographic Nature Of Whitespace, similar to finding a polar bear in a snowstorm; hence the name.