PyAMF provides Action Message Format (AMF) support for Python that is compatible with the Adobe Flash Player. It includes integration with Python Web frameworks like Django, Pylons, Twisted, SQLAlchemy, and more. The Adobe Integrated Runtime and Adobe Flash Player use AMF to communicate between an application and a remote server. AMF encodes remote procedure calls (RPC) into a compact binary representation that can be transferred over HTTP/HTTPS or the RTMP/RTMPS protocol. Objects and data values are serialized into this binary format, which increases performance, allowing applications to load data up to 10 times faster than with text-based formats such as XML or SOAP.
H2o is a template engine that offers an enjoyable template authoring experience for PHP. It encourages clean and readable template syntax, a compact, extensible template engine, and a very clean code base. It supports template inheritance, duck-typed variable lookup for PHP objects, a useful set of bundled tags, and filters and extensions for strings, HTML formatting, and internationalization.
Hayward's Free Intranet Employee Photo Directory is an employee photo directory Web application for intranets. It allows searching by name, skill, department, title, and tag, and features status updates and local times for people and organizations who are not in the visitor's time zone.
Taru is appointment scheduler that was designed for use within a university for scheduling demo times between course assistants and students. It includes support for calendar synchronization with iCal and Google. Taru means "to be sufficient, to be enough" in Japanese and "myth" in Finnish.
Coffee Pot is an accounting system for coffee cups targeted for the data communication software group at the Aalto University. The Django-based server-side software includes a database system and a Web management interface. The client side software is customized for N810 tablets.
Kaiku (Japanese for "evolution", Finnish for "echo") is a Web-based reservation system for physical items. It allows you to check what is in the inventory and to keep track of who has borrowed which items. It was designed for use within a university to reserve and keep track of phones, tablets, and other gadgets borrowed by students.
Sukiyaki was born out of what the author sees as a much needed improvement to current imageboard/BBS software. They're flaky, often have security flaws that users take advantage of, and worst of all, they have the same UI from the mid-nineties. It's time for an update! Sukiyaki visually organizes replies in threads so that it is clear who the reply is sent to. It is written using Django with its wonderful ORM, which helps reduce security vulnerabilities. It has been tested in production and is stable. It also includes a unique system for user-ranking of posts. Planned features include RSS updates for individual boards and threads, and there is a faster backend (Django-Treebeard).