Nmap Observer is a small application that shows the results of an nmap scan in a Web interface. You just need to specify the range of the network on which the scan is to be performed. Then the scan results are saved to an XML file. Nmap Observer parses the results, saves the results to a database, and shows them to you.
Linfo displays system statistics such as disk space usage, network usage, hardware information, mounted file systems, hard drives, RAM, hostname, uptime, etc. The Linux version works by parsing the /proc and /sys filesystems and also by connecting to daemons such as hddtemp for determining physical health.
ModuLiq is a lightweight Web content management system. Web pages can be made up of various pieces, such as a header, footer, menu, etc. When changing a module, such as your header or footer, all your pages that use that module will be updated at the same time. A liquid layout means that Web pages flow to fill the user's browser window, no matter what the size or resolution is.
Web Font Repository helps you write out a large number of @font-face CSS declarations at once. You can then use them on all your Web sites as if they were Web-safe fonts. It has a built in HTTP referrer authentication system, so the only sites that can use the fonts are ones that you specify.