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.
Component Templates for Assets and Artifacts is an Eclipse-based toolkit that allows developers to focus on business aspects of the development process instead of the technological. This Java-implemented toolkit automatically enforces all template-defined constraints, which makes it easier to create ready-to-use and reusable assets or artifacts.
MKSearch is a metadata search engine that indexes structured metadata in Web documents instead of free text in the document body. The data acquisition system conforms to the Dublin Core metadata in HTML recommendations, and supports other application profiles, such as the UK e-Government Metadata Standard. It also indexes native RDF formats, including RSS 1.0. The system has five major components: a Web crawler, an HTML document validator and formatter, a set of custom indexers, an RDF storage and query system, and a public query interface, provided through a standard servlet container.
Kimdaba2Mysql is a small Python script that does two things: it inserts your kimdaba metadata into a relational database (only MySQL at the moment), and makes it possible to show the contents of that database in the form of a Web front end to anyone with a Web browser. Because it's build on top of quixote, it should be possible to use all quixote-supported interfaces (cgi, fcgi, scgi, and mod_python) to your Web server.
Hotstuff is a set of Perl scripts to automatically handle repositories for the "Get Hot New Stuff" creative data sharing functionality present in KDE and several applications. It handles both the traditional format and the new GHNS format as developed by the corresponding freedesktop.org project, and requires an SQL database to work. It also includes a (simple) Web frontend for database maintenance.
Catalyzer is a powerful and flexible cataloging system that lets you easily organize and maintain structured records about almost anything. It gives you menus, lists, file selectors, buttons, and many more options to let you set up structures to make information entry as efficient and reliable as possible. Operating in server mode, it can expose catalogs and, optionally, the files they refer to across the Web.