The docbookm package is contributed with LayManSys and contains very simple XSLT drivers for generating XHTML chunks from DocBook XML. This package does not require an installation; you only have to unzip the package's contents into a directory of your choice and start using it. There is no special documentation available. Use the file abstract.xsl for transforming an abstract and section.xsl for transforming sections. All other .xsl files are only includes needed by those two.
HyperLinked Text (Hylt) is both a file format and a viewer for that format. It uses (almost) flat text files to generate a Wiki-style database of hyperlinked pages, without either the complex markup of HTML or the esoteric database formats in which most Wikis store data. It is geared towards users who desire a minimal interface between them and their data or like to store their data in formats which can be meaningfully stored in version control systems. It was developed originally to match both of those goals, specifically for individuals writing fiction and wishing to track inter-character and inter-location relationships.
Tk::Text::Viewer is a text widget that can display text files under TK. It enable the user to search text and navigate in a Text widget. The reason for creating this module is that it doesn’t require downloading of modules other that Tk, and a need for simple user interaction. The package includes a text viewer demo program that can be used as a stand-alone browser.
Vidrate is a tool for allowing multiple people to vote which video files of a database should be kept. This tool can help you to quickly free some space on your file server without specifically asking all the server's users which movies should be kept. The interface also allows you to mark videos as seen and to assign comments. Included is a cron job that periodically scans the video directory for new or deleted videos and also deletes videos that have the required number of votes.