BUSH (Business Shell) combines the capabilities of BASH, PHP, GCC, and databases into a uniform design for rapidly building secure, reliable Web sites. Based on an ISO standard, it promotes code reuse: scripts and templates can be compiled with GCC or ported to JVM or .Net using third party tools with only minor changes. It can also replace BASH as an interactive command shell with SQL support, and is a general purpose scripting language.
Werc is a minimalistic RESTful Web application framework and content management system. It follows the Unix "tool philosophy" and it is designed to be fast, simple, convenient, and easily extensible. It handles both small and big sites and has a flexible system for user and group permissions. All data is stored in plain text files that can be easily manipulated with standard tools, without using any databases or other external dependencies. Existing applications include a blogging engine with RSS/Atom feeds, a wiki system that can easily integrate pre-existing documents (can be enabled for any directory tree), and others.
Savane is a Web-based Free Software hosting system, originally based on SourceForge 2.0. It currently includes issue tracking, project and member management, mailing lists, and individual account maintenance. The issue tracking handles bugs, tasks, and support. The issue tracker's fields ware configurable in many ways: mandatory of not, shown to users according to their role in a group, and with transition management.
UNIforge is a Web-based software hosting system that supports collaborative development. Its features include issue tracking, version control via Subversion or CVS, and mailing lists. It is possible to host projects and assign members to these projects, with full control over their permissions. A plugin system allows easy writing of extensions for UNIforge.
Technorati Tracker will examine an Apache Web server log and will display hits generated by clicks from technorati.com, and will also track the visits by Technoratibot. Each hit from Technorati will be displayed in a row with these columns: Time, IP Address, Section (Tags, Search, Blog Finder, Popular), and Keywords. At the bottom of the page, a bar chart will be displayed comparing the number of hits from each section on Technorati. Technoratibot visits are in bold and indicated by a section label of Technoratibot.
trackGoogleContentAds.cgi is a tool to see where your Google AdWords contextual ads are being displayed. Now that Google will let you create negative sites for a campaign, you can use this tool to decide which AdSense publisher domains to block. This script will examine an Apache Web server log and will display hits generated by clicks from Google contextual advertising.
trackSearchHits.cgi examines the traffic your site is receiving from the major search engines by processing Apache Web server logs. It displays hits generated by clicks from Yahoo, MSN, and Google searches and displays a bar chart comparing the number of hits from each search engine.
trackYahooPaidSearchHits.cgi lets you see which of your Yahoo Search Marketing (Overture) keywords are resulting in hits. It examines an Apache Web server log and displays hits generated by clicks on Yahoo Search Marketing ads. Each hit from a Yahoo search ad will be displayed in a row with these columns: Time, IP Address, Ad Type, Source of Hit, Search Keywords. Ad types will be A (Advanced Match), S (Standard Match), or C (Content Match). The Yahoo Search Marketing Easy Track feature needs to be turned on in order to track the search keywords and see the ad type.