BIE (Business Integration Engine) is an open source integration system that makes it easy for organizations to exchange data with external trading partners regardless of their native applications. It competes in the same space as applications like Microsoft BizTalk except that it is truly cross-platform since it written in Java.
Geolizer is a patch for Webalizer that uses the GeoIP library to generate faster and more reliable geographic statistics than the default DNS suffix method. It is recommended that DNS reversal be disabled on your HTTP server for improved performance and more accurate statistics. It also supports country flag pictures, can be compiled under MinGW/MSYS, and features a human-readable transfer size display.
phpWebApp is an application framework which makes it easy and simple to build PHP Web applications based on relational databases. It separates the task of designing and changing the layout of the application from the task of implementing the logic of the application, by using XML templates that are an extension of XHTML. It also simplifies the task of implementing the logic of the application by offering an event based programming model. In addition, phpWebApp tries to offer modularity and code reusability to the community of Webapp developers.
PHP-Proxy is a PHP script for taking Web pages from one server, so that your main server is protected if the Web server is overloaded from things like DOS attacks. It is also very useful if you have a machine behind a firewall that you want to be your server for Web pages, provided that the machine running the proxy has port 80 open. Finally, there is encryption to defeat filters on specific words if need be.
PTM is a Perl/HTML hybrid language, written entirely in Perl, and similar to PHP in tag syntax. It allows for the ease of PHP-style inline code in your dynamic HTML documents, while supplying the power of Perl that many find to be sorely lacking in PHP. PTM's parser application, referred to as the PPA, acts as an Apache plugin, a standalone parser placed in the cgi-bin, or a command line parser (for debugging purposes), and is distributed for both Unix and Window platforms. Additionally, PTM wraps many variables common to PHP to ease the transition between PTM and PHP when switching back and forth.