Nariva is an application which aims to provide cross- platform, open API search functionality targeted at desktops. It uses Apache Lucene to perform the indexing and searching functionality and also exposes the Apache Lucene API as an XML-RPC service (provided using Apache XML- RPC). Files on the local file system are monitored using a sandbox component called Commons Virtual Filesystem (VFS). Nariva ties all these projects together to provide a simple, fast, cross platform, desktop search solution.
Piggydb is a flexible and scalable knowledge building platform that supports a heuristic or bottom-up approach to discover new concepts or ideas based on your input. You can begin with using it as a flexible outliner, diary or notebook, and as your database grows, Piggydb helps you to shape or elaborate your own knowledge. Piggydb is a Web application provided as a self-contained package that contains a Web server and database engine.
FaqRing is a small PHP knowledge base application that uses a MySQL backend to allow questions to be posted to a Web site. A question is only posted if an administrator approves the question or resolves the question with an answer. Administrators can edit any question and answer as well as delete questions from the FAQ system. The software is easy to install, and requires minimal effort.
The FreerP Project is a set of integrated business intelligence applications. The main applications belonging to the FreerP Project are warehouse logistics, shipping logistics, production process control, customer relations management, e-commerce, e-business, inventory management, and accounting.
Oddmuse is a Wiki engine, a CGI script that creates an entire Website with editable pages. By default, anybody can edit the pages. The entire site can be made read-only, and single pages can also be made read-only. In that case, only people having the admin or the editor password can edit pages. This way, the Wiki can be used as a cheap, simple, and easy-to-understand content management system (CMS). The site can also be switched to Weblog style, such that anybody can post comments, but only the editor can add new pages.
Essential Management is a multi-user project management system for managing intricate and complex information. Its initial purpose was to allow software development teams to create, maintain, track, and store project requirements on a multi-project basis in a multi-user environment. It has now become more abstract in the type of data it can maintain, allowing the easy addition of new data models and other expansions. Information can be stored in any of several database management systems, and can take advantage of a networked DBMS.