Nevede is a Web application to schedule events easily. When you start planning an event with Nevede, each participant can to go to the event's Web page to express availability. The event's page will then show the time slots that are compatible with the schedules of all the participants. Events can be made public or private. Comments can be posted in meeting pages.
Alfanous is a Quranic search engine that provides simple and advanced search services in the diverse information of the Holy Quran. It is built on the foundations of modern search engines to ensure high stability and high-speed searching. It has features to help the user search like highlighting and suggestions. Alfanous is necessarily focused on searching in the Arabic language, and so it provides Arabic morphological analysis to allow users more liberty in the formulation of queries and also to increase the accuracy of the research and its comprehensiveness.
CyberDNS is a Web application to manage DNS zones and BIND configurations easily. It lets you add entries and then watch as they are generated into zone and configuration files. It supports IPv6 and most DNS types. The Web interface runs on the master DNS server, and cron is used to synchronize the Sqlitedb and zone files to slave DNS servers. It is easy to make snapshots to revert in the event of failure.
FeinCMS is an extremely stupid content management system. It knows nothing about content - just enough to create an admin interface for your own page content types. It lets you reorder page content blocks using a drag-drop interface, and you can add as many content blocks to a region (e.g. the sidebar, the main content region, or something else). It provides helper functions, which provide ordered lists of page content blocks. Adding your own content types is extremely easy.
Banjo is a blogging application with bells and whistles, written using the Django framework. It supports caching and skinning. It is suitable for any blog, but is most appropriate for integration into an existing Django application, such as a Satchmo store or a forum. It supports multiple blogs from one installation, each with their own skin. The blogs can be served from unique domain names, from subdirectories, or from subdomains with equal ease, without special configuration. Trackback and Pingback are supported and you can use standard blogging tools such as Ecto, Mars Edit, or ScribeFire to post to the blog.
Rakontu is a Web application that small groups of people can use together to share and work with their stories. It's for any group of people with stories to share and a reason to share them. Members build shared "story museums" that they can draw upon to achieve common goals like promoting a cause, learning from each other, and finding solutions to problems. It is based on ten years of research and practice in the field of organizational and community narrative and is a companion to the free e-book workingwithstories.org, which helps people use narrative techniques to help their communities and organizations. It uses questions, annotations, and links to organize and connect stories in more meaningful and useful ways than is possible in other social media applications. Other features such as safe storytelling via fictional attribution, the bridging of online and offline worlds, and fluid contribution roles are designed for the unique situation of people sharing stories for a reason.