Byteflow is a blog engine written on Django. It features Markdown and typogrify for posts and comments, threaded comments, automated registration for a user after comment posting (no anonymous users), registration approval/email changing/profile editing, tags (and filtering posts by tag), the ability to have translated names for tags, archives by day, month, and year, Atom and RSS Feeds for posts, comments, comments for a specified post, posts within a specified tag, and OpenID support. It supports multiple OpenID URLs attached to a single user, a Wordpress importer, Gravatar, an optional WYSIWYG editor in admin parts (for posts, not for comments), and LiveJournal crossposting.
BytesFall Explorer (bfExplorer for short) is a Web-based file manager. It allows you to upload, download, view, edit, copy, move/rename, and change permissions of a single file/directory or a group of files/directories. It's also possible to create files and directories and execute shell commands. An SQL engine is used to store the users for the authentication (currently MySQL and PostgreSQL are supported). It has an interface similar to Windows Explorer.
CSS Briefcase is a little program that helps you organize your CSS styles and store them for use in future projects. Just add CSS style code you tend to use in several projects, and from then on, adding the code into new projects is as easy as selecting the styles you want and clicking a button.
Cara-Pic is an easy-to-use and completely customizable photo carousel with support for special effects and a variety of frame styles. It includes a number of extra photo backdrops (backgrounds). Cara-Pic provides an easy and convenient way to share your photo or image collection over the Web.