SCAN is a personal information retrieval framework, combining search, text analysis, tagging, and metadata functions for document collections management. SCAN is a component-based software using a number of plugins for specific features. The basic SCAN platform can be easily extended with plugins for different document formats and document location types.
LIMBAS is a Web-based software factory. It allows you to build business applications with a modeling engine, a form and report designer, a built-in DMS, built in groupware functions, and much more. It supports modules for CMS, CRM, SRM, eCommerce, image databases, and ticket systems.
LibreSource is a versatile collaborative platform and software forge. It is adapted to the collaborative software development, groupware, community leading, e-archiving and Web publishing. On a single server, LibreSource can host several projects, several groups of users, and grant fine-grained access to the resources. Based on Java/J2EE technology, it is a modular Web server that users can customize online by combining resources and rights: wiki pages, forum, trackers, synchronizer, subversion, files, download areas, a dropbox, forms, etc.
Epiware is an AJAX-enabled Project and Document Management application that provides access to a complete set of file management functions, including document check-in, check-out, version control, approval, change notification, and access history. It enables the creation of virtual teams by providing an online workspace for users to collaborate and exchange information in a secure, protected setting.
Synoptic is "GMail for your notes", meant to keep and categorize a large number of smallish notes and tidbits of information. Tagged overviews that retain order make it easy to maintain a good overview of your things. Adaptive tag clouds plus integration with browser bookmarks and forward/back navigation allow for easy navigation. Written in pure Python, it runs as a local Web server.
Hotstuff is a set of Perl scripts to automatically handle repositories for the "Get Hot New Stuff" creative data sharing functionality present in KDE and several applications. It handles both the traditional format and the new GHNS format as developed by the corresponding freedesktop.org project, and requires an SQL database to work. It also includes a (simple) Web frontend for database maintenance.