Ajaqs is a Web application that organizes FAQs on a per-project basis. The UI is templatized, the content is internationalized, and the styles are highly configurable. Secure login is provided via webapp security constraints. The backend uses an O-R mapping tool to achieve independence of database-specific queries. RSS feeds provide subscribers continuous updates on a per-project or per-FAQ basis. FAQs are dynamically served up as HTML pages, and can optionally be streamed to clients as PDF content.
Aliwal Geocoder pins your data onto a map, helping you visualize the "where" factor. Start with global satellite images and then zoom in to street level details. Each map pin has a label and a popup balloon filled with the information you choose. Tagsets provide filtering to help you break it down. It can read KML files (just like GoogleEarth) or import comma separated CSV files from Excel.
Amedes is a member file management system based on the Expression Web application framework. It aims to help with day-to-day tasks and communication within organizations. Its basic purpose is to manage cards containing information about members, including each name, address, phone number, and fees paid. Member information is accessed by each person in charge according to his own role in the organization, allowing you to distribute responsibilities among the organization.
Ampache is a Web-based audio file manager. It allows you to view, edit, and play your audio files via the Web. It has support for playlists, artist and album views, album art, random play, playback via HTTP with on-the-fly transcoding and downsampling, vote based playback, playback via MPD and Icecast, an integrated Flash player, and per-user themes and song play tracking. You can also link multiple Ampache servers together using XML-RPC. Ampache supports gettext translations and has full translations into many languages.