SynchroEdit is a browser-based document editor for use by multiple users simultaneously. It is a form of same-time, different-place groupware. It allows multiple users to edit a single web-based document at the same time, and it continuously synchronizes all changes so that users always have the same version.
SurrealServices is a full replacement IRC Services package providing NickServ, ChanServ, BotServ, MemoServ, and OperServ, as well as LogServ and ConnectServ. Features are loosely based on ConferenceRoom/Auspice and Anope, as well as NeoStats. Some security features are also available such as a TOR (http://tor.eff.org/) detector/banner and a country detector (which checks IP allocation and optionally bans). It is multithreaded to eliminate lag due to the asynchronous nature of MySQL and DNS lookups.
The Floranta AJAX libraries are used to build Rich Client Wikis. Editable sticky notes can be created and positioned over any Web page (even plain HTML), and are capable of behaving as if they stored their entire state in the page. Floranta enables collaborative teamwork and creative activities like cartooning and collage creation, personal notes, ToDo lists, and blogging.
JWebPresenter is a Web-based presenting system. It can add a Web extension to your favorite presentation tool, such as PowerPoint, MagicPoint, or Impress. This is useful in distance learning, meeting, conferencing, and other situations. It uses bitmap images to avoid compatibility problems. Other features include platform independence and simplicity.
IMDispatch is a Perl script that closely emulates the paradigm of telephone support over the AOL Instant Messenger service. Using the Net::OSCAR module to connect to the popular service, the program signs on as a specified user, queues queries sent to the screen name, and uses forwarding to facilitate a conversation with one of any number of available, designated representatives. An administrator can instantly send commands to the program, over the AIM service, to add and delete screen names from the list of representatives and monitor the number available or engaged in a support conversation. End users no longer have to be tied to their phones, listening closely for their opportunity to ask a question, and small organizations no longer have to pay for an expensive multi-line, toll-free number.
Tulka is a Java-based communication tool designed for e-learning with an integrated chat and a shared whiteboard. It is possible to upload and display of various (ps, dvi, pdf, rtf, html, doc) document formats to the whiteboard. Only a Java enabled Web browser is required on the client side, so there is no need to install anything on the client side.