iWiccle is a Web 2.0 framework platform and a hybrid CMS community builder for developing Web sites. Specializing in social networks, blogging sites, and online Web communities, it lets you easily create standard websites with Web 2.0 features, blog sites rivaling other blogging systems, communities and groups with social networking, portfolios and presentations with interactive features, photo galleries, link directories, searchable content Web sites, news portals, article repositories, storybook sites, and video galleries. iWiccle is built atop the host-independent and eco-friendly Wiccle CMS Framework, featuring over 10 modules, a content management system, multi-language and templating support, Web site and page builder tools, admin control panels, module and page layout cloning, top-level scripting, and much more.
phpDays is a flexible PHP 5 framework for rapid Web site development. It features an MVC architecture, Ajax support, YAML configuration, database abstraction (MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL, etc.), a good collection of standard models, an excellent quick start guide, and logging to files or firephp.
MediaCore is a media-focused CMS. It features rich video and audio support, YouTube/Vimeo integration, HTML5 video, support for the iPad/iPhone, podcasting, iTunes RSS generation, user-submitted content, an embedded media player, and searching. It is highly customizable. There is both a front-end for users and a back-end for administrators. Users can browse videos or podcasts. Users can search for videos by topics and tags. Users can upload videos to the platform; administrators can moderate newly uploaded videos. Administrators can add video, audio, or podcasts. A comment platform for moderation is built-in. Podcasts can be video or audio. It also has automatic iTunes feed generation, automatic RSS feed generation, and feedburner support.
GreenPants is a simple blog system. The entries are organized with categories. There is an admin panel for managing the blog. Comments on the blog must be approved before being seen by the public. The administrator can edit, delete, and create entries, categories, and emoticons. The entries and the comments are marked up with BBCode instead of HTML. It is easy to translate to another language.
CheckApp will serve as a basis for a free (as in freedom and as in beer) social network, so that anyone will be able to check out and modify the code, or deploy this application in their own server. It will also try to minimize the usage of personal information, so there would be no privacy problems.