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.
Noostr is a content management system aimed squarely at social news networks. Sites like Reddit, Hacker News, and Digg are all social news aggregators, just like your Noostr site will be. People can sign in, submit news stories or ask questions, and everyone can vote for the best ones. Those top stories float to the front page and generate more traffic, more comments, and more votes.
documentr is a Web-based tool for editing and presenting software documentation. It allows you to easily maintain documentation for multiple products and product branches. Edits can easily be copied between branches, with merge conflicts being handled gracefully. It uses Markdown as its markup language, along with some extensions, and has a role-based permission system.
Bitcoinproof creates a forgery-proof timestamp for your data, secured by the Bitcoin network. It allows you to prove that a certain event happened before a certain point in time. Maybe you want to prove that the damage in your flat already existed when you moved in, or that you were in possession of a great artwork before it was published, proving you are the author.
MyPlayer is an audio file player for embedding in HTML documents. It supports MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and other file formats, playlists for navigating through multiple tracks, reading information from M3U playlists (with extended information), and ID3 tags (v1 and v2). Many commented usage examples are included.