Davenport is a Java Servlet-based application providing WebDAV access to an entire SMB network. This enables users to connect to Windows and Samba shares via WebDAV clients such as Mac OS X, Windows Web Folders, etc. or any Web browser. Workgroups are browseable, and users are authenticated against a domain. WebDAV clients can upload, download, create directories, etc. Non-WebDAV clients (i.e., "normal" Web browsers) can also access the network of shares and download files. When run over HTTPS, this application provides a reasonably secure means of accessing an internal Windows/Samba network over the Internet without requiring a VPN.
Docpile is a PHP-based document management system that allows multiple people to share documents and keep track of revisions. Users can upload and download documents, grant per-file, -user, or -folder access privileges, and send notification emails when documents are being updated. Administrators can create access groups, each responsible for a different set of folders and users.
BFM (Brutal Filemanager) is a mixture between a filemanager and a 3D shoot-'em-up game. In fact, you can't really manage the files yet, just shoot them up. Be carefull when using BFM! Some weapons, such as the shotgun, have spread. So files you didn't really aim at might get ... wasted. Start BFM with the '-s' for safemode and your files shall stay unhurt. It is written in Java and uses the Java3D API.
WeBSET is a multi-user, Web-based special education management system that operates within Lumenation, a cross-platform middleware environment. It is a full-featured federal, state-specific, and HIPAA compliant IEP reporting system, and a screening/evaluation system which provides applications that automate all aspects of the IEP process. The system is database-driven, with the ability to automatically generate required forms and reports. The system also provides tools such as a forms builder and report builder which allow for full customization and database field insertion. System execution provides great user experience over dial up, and non-digital switch access of 26.6KB transfer rates.
JFM is an Windows Commander, Krusader, MC, Norton Comander, etc. clone, but written entirely in Java. It has no native parts, and is intended to remain that way. You can use the same file manager in every OS that you run, not having to get used to a new file manager when you boot a new OS.