Serv-U is a powerful and easy-to-use file server which supports the FTP, HTTP, and SFTP (via SSH2) protocols to ensure maximum compatibility with the widest range of transfer client software. It supports SSL encryption, provides a Web-based interface to allow administrators to remotely access and configure the file server, includes a built-in transfer client to allow users to upload and download files from their Web browsers, provides photo sharing capabilities, integrates with Active Directory (providing levels of security based on Organizational Units), and can be accessed and administered in 13 different languages simply by choosing an appropriate language upon login.
CMDBuild (Configuration and Management Data Base) is a fully configurable Web application for managing asset lifecycles. It includes workflow, report, dashboard, attachment archiving, and georeference functions. It supports the management of hardware devices (client and server computers, peripheral devices, network and phone equipment), software (basic, environment, application), services, and documents (contracts, manuals). However it can be used as a standard asset management system (real estate, inventory, maintenance process, etc). It is also a framework suitable for applications that manage office business using workflows.
Métamorphose batch renames files and folders with great flexibility. It has many powerful functions and is well suited for those with daily renaming needs. In addition to general usage operations, it is useful for photo and music collections, Web masters, programmers, legal and clerical, etc.
Kahua is a continuation passing style (CPS) application framework and server. It is written using the Gauche implementation of Scheme. It has the advantage that you can use "continuations" easily, so you can solve the typical Web application's problem of process disconnection. It allows you to program declaratively by using S-expressions as a fundamental data type, you can use Kahua's Object Database to persist data, and you can modify the function being run, supporting incremental development.