LampCMS is a Q&A Web site with best features of StackOverflow and Quora mashed together. It integrates with Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and the Blogger API, and can post questions and answers to all of these APIs. It is very fast and can handle millions of monthly visitors on a single inexpensive server.
STiB implements the client portion of the Microsoft BITS Upload Protocol, which is an extension to HTTP 1.1. BITS is a Windows service that manages file transfers to and from Web servers. BITS downloads use HTTP, but uploads use a proprietary extension. BITS is a highly used service, since it is responsible for downloading Windows patches and service packs.
Ownyx is a lightweight MVC PHP framework for developing Web sites and Web applications. It is implemented using an object-oriented approach and offers the basics needed for building Web projects. It is easy to use and comes with clear documentation, tutorials, and examples. It also provides a developer toolbar for monitoring and debugging projects in real-time and a query builder that lets you rapidly build MySQL queries and retrieve results in data objects.
Proelia is a multi-game system encounter tracker for pen-and-paper RPGs. It allows you to create "prepared" encounters for later use, and then run them any number of times with the click of a button. A group can be created from an encounter's participants, and then re-used in other encounters. Each encounter can display a map that allows you to track positioning of participants, especially in relation to regions, so you can tell if someone is standing too close to a fire, or is subject to an aura or other environmental effect. A color and marker text can be set for each participant in the encounter, so you can quickly find them on the map. A variety of RPGs are supported through a plugin system that allows new systems to be added.
bgt is a program for creating and maintaining a budget from the UNIX/Linux command line. It is written in ANSI C. For number processing, it uses the Binary Coded Decimal number engine from bc. For data storage, it uses SQLite. All functionality for the program is available from the command line and does not require a GUI. It should be portable to other environments, including Windows, but it uses Unix-only directory names, so it would need some tweaking.