Os-Cafe is a system for administering a cybercafe running exclusively Linux for clients and the server. It has been used in The OpenSource Café (France/Lyon) since summer 2006. It provides a set of preconfigured and customized tools (including some pre-existing ones) like openkiosk, nodeview, and bigsister, but it also provides a full framework for administration and a captive portal for Wifi support.
Elxis is a CMS that was initially based on Mambo. It natively supports UTF-8 encoding, creates multilingual Web sites, has a multilingual administration environment, performs automatic translations, supports multiple databases, and features access and user management. You can also change the look and feel of your Web site, based on the selected language. There is a mechanism that allows you to create subscriptional or multilevel content. Elxis can be extended by converting existing PHP applications or by briding with other Web sites or applications.
Mr. Random is a utility useful for filling a portable MP3 audio player with music randomly selected from a larger collection situated on a computer hard drive. This is a good idea if you can't make up your mind what you want to hear, you prefer to be surprised by a selection of music you may not have heard in a while, or want to hear familiar music juxtaposed in novel combinations. Mr. Random can be run on any computer with JRE 5.0. It also allows the look and feel to be changed by selecting different themes.