Deadman's Redirect is designed to replace whatever is loaded when you click on the Home button in your browser. It is a Web surfer's power tool that can be completely customized, using HTML, to fit the needs of the user. It allows for URL redirection as well as an interface to various search engines through its aliasing system. It also supports user-set aliases with functional arguments, RSS headlines, and a history of all the URLs that pass through it.
eXist is a native XML database featuring efficient, index-based XQuery processing. It provides a complete ecosystem for building applications entirely based on XML, XQuery, and related standards. The high-performance XML database engine stores textual or binary data and documents without requiring a database schema. Using XML across all layers makes mapping technologies superfluous and increases productivity. A browser-based IDE and a standardized application packaging system help developers get started quickly.
mp3riot (formerly known as f2html.pl) is a command line utility that searches recursively through directories, builds a file list (with additional file information), and generates HTML files, playlists, etc. The output can be controlled, links can be corrected, and more. The script is mainly desigend to create Web pages, playlists, and databases for MP3 and Ogg files, but can also used for other purposes.
Harvest is a system to collect information and make it searchable using a Web interface. It can collect information using HTTP, FTP, NNTP, and local files. Supported formats include HTML, DVI, PS, fulltext, mail, man pages, news, troff, WordPerfect, C sources, and many more. Adding support for new formats is easy due to Harvest's modular design.
HPFind searches your users' directories for homepages and displays them in a table on an html page. All outputted text and background colours, and file locations can be specified by the administrator. It is able to exclude a given list of users. This program can be used as a small search program to search for filenames.