grindr is a set of various utilities to enhance Web productivity. It provides tools to interact with Web sites, RSS feeds, and instant messaging. Munchr is a simple RSS parser which can collect data from restricted Web sites, and this data is routed to nbox. nbox is a small GUI display for all collected information. Posting information is done by feedr, which takes a set of parameters and values and submits it to the appropriate Web service. gaskr provides a GUI to prepare data for feedr. Initial configuration for gaskr is prepared by bildr, which can log onto sites and scrape all form data from HTML content.
JFire is an ERP, CRM, eBusiness, and SCM/SRM solution for business enterprises. It uses J2EE, JDO, and Eclipse RCP, and is designed to be highly customizable. It is a complete and extensible solution that fulfills business needs like user management, online trade with business partners, points of sale, various distribution channels forming a distribution network, store management, etc.
Ryan's Electronic Diary Sheet (a.k.a. RyansEDS) is a Web-based Perl application which allows members of an organization (typically staff) to inform each other of their proposed whereabouts. It is designed to be a simple shared calendaring application which does not require complex (and often proprietary) client/server software. The diary sheet works on a week by week basis and stores its data accordingly. A shell script (batch file) is supplied that (when run as a scheduled event/cron job) will clear out data older that your chosen limit. Thus data storage is kept to a minimum. The diary sheet itself also has a feature that will prevent users from going too far forward or backward.
Secure Messaging is a Web-based, alternative mail system for sending and receiving messages. Unlike regular email, this system does not transmit the messages through third-party servers which you may not trust. Only an optional message notice is sent to the recepient through email, so the user needs to visit a Web page in order to read the message. Secure Messaging can be set up on an SSL-enabled Web site to enhance the privacy even more.
XFlow is a platform for building, executing, and managing workflows. It is a basis for building collaborative applications as well as integrating processes across an enterprise. It has a small footprint but is extremely powerful, and is designed to be easy to use from the development, deployment, and management standpoints. It runs within an EJB and servlet container and supports distributed and parallel processes within an organization's firewall as well as across organizational boundaries.
Akeni Enterprise Instant Messaging is a messaging system that offers strong encryption and integration with Active Directory and LDAP. It also provides corporate messaging policy management through the use of public groups and role based user access rights. All messages can be logged into flat files and databases to allow for searching and auditing. The role based access right system allows the administrator to control whether users are allowed to send files, initiate chats and conferences, and to "lock down" users' contact lists.