PHP News or Weblog is a news management system. It is highly customizable and allows for many output styles and formats. Users who do not wish to utilize the Weblog portions of PNOB may disable certain features and configure it as a basic news system. There is also an automatically-generated headlines system.
ServletSpeedster is a simple servlet composition for caching parts of the output of a dynamic servlet or JSP. This can greatly improve efficiency for sites which have complex but partially static pages coming out from their JSP/servlet engines. Simple forms of caching (like caching for a menu or news lists) can be written with ServletSpeedster in under an hour, and it doesn't force you to accept any heavy-weight framework to do it.
OpenIM is a Java implementation of a Jabber server. It is a complete rewrite of the Jaba Server project, and it supports the Jabber server to server communication protocol. It also supports Presence, Message, and Roster. Persistent storage is done in an XML file using XStream lib. It has been tested successfully with many clients such as Exodus, Rhymbox, GAIM, Psi, Greenthumb, and the Kopete.
The JCalendar library is a set of Java classes that provides a ComboBox (JCalendarComboBox) for selecting a Date and a simple Panel (JCalendarPanel) for showing and editing a Date. It was written with two rules in mind. The first is to use the current Look and Feel instead of hard-coded Fonts or Colors. The second is to use the default or a given Locale for determining such values as the start of week and names of days and months instead of hard-coded locale behavior.
pkg_db.pl generates a pretty-printed HTML list and statistics of packages installed via NetBSD pkgsrc. It creates 3 HTML files: one index, containing a list of all installed packages with short descriptions, one with the detailed description of the package, and one with a list of installed files. It requires pkg_info.
FileType is a file type detection engine written in C. It will appeal to coders looking for functionality similar to that provided by the 'file' command. FileType is compact (less than 20K binary), efficient, and very portable. FileType is part of the family of software created from the commercial Xamime email filtering project.