A Simple Version Control System is an easy to install and easy to to use version/revision control system. It differs from most other version control systems in that it is designed to keep track of files in place. It does not allow any changes to be made to files; all changes require the users to change files externally with FTP or SSH access. It is very easy to set up and use. Users do not need to work with repository, branches, commit, and check-out files. All a user needs to do is upload the changes files and click Update, or if enabled, just wait for it to be updated automatically.
ACLbit is a command line tool to backup and restore POSIX ACLs on Linux file systems. The tool uses its backup database to inspect ACLs. The inspection part of ACLbit focuses on providing clear and concise output of effective access rights of a particular user. The main purpose is to make the life of sysadmins easier when finding out current access rights of a particular user when ACLs are in use, especially on systems with tens/hundreds of thousands of inodes. ACLbit is tool to backup ACLs only. It is not an archiver, so it does not backup the files themselves.
AIOCP (All In One Control Panel) is a Content Management System (CMS), a professional all-inclusive solution to completely manage a Web site or portal through a user-friendly Web-interface. AIOCP is also a framework for Web application developement and includes e-commerce and e-business modules. It includes all basic and extra modules: CMS, WYSIWYG editor, languages, users, menus, forums, news, newsletter, links, downloads, reviews, awards, chat, polls, calendar, banners, search engine, statistics, online help, system tools, shell, backup, MIME, whois, ping, traceroute, MySQL database management, transcoding, custom modules, code libraries, images, and sounds.
AIDS (AJAX Image Dump System) is a simple, yet powerful AJAX-based image host system. It's geared toward forum usage, and it generates bb-code for cutting and pasting into forums that support bb-code. It lets people create user accounts to keep track of their pictures, reaccess them later to view stats, delete them, or simply copy the bb-code again.