Partyfish is a content managment system with many features, including an information sharing system, commenting system, markup language, built-in BBS, and much more. It is completely themable with a bit of HTML and CSS knowledge. It also has a administration interface, which makes managing the information very easy for the administrators.
Birch is a package of Perl scripts that runs a photo blog. It displays and archives photos with captions, and has an easy to use administrator interface that allows you to upload new photos and change the captions on old ones. It uses an XML file to store the photo information, so no database is needed. The installation page automates setup for you.
Numerology Widget is a simple to use tool for numerological analysis. Numerological analysis is not limited only to personal names and birthdays. It can also be used for the analysis of a company name, date of the establishment of a company, the name and date of a special event or occasion, etc. Numerology Widget features name numerology, calculation of key and subkey for a given date, description of basic and compound numbers (up to number 52), automatic matching/harmony analysis between keys and names, a table of matching/harmonic numbers, and full numerological reports that can be emailed or printed.
Hippojump is an alert management application that allows you to track RSS, XML, HTML, and Web services with specific keywords, and deliver the results to devices such as desktop, email, and SMS. It is an Eclipse-based RCP application, and is extensible via plugins. Examples of alerts include notification of movies with reviews of greater than 70%, of news that match certain keywords, of travel deals that relate to a cruise in a particular place, and of good deals on tickets to shows or famous destinations.
Pocoo is a bulletin board software (a.k.a. message board). It provides an advanced plugin system with a component architecture which allows other developers to modify Pocoo to their liking without the need to touch existing source code. Because it uses SQLAlchemy, it is possible to use either MySQL, SQLite, Oracle, or Postgres as the storage backend.