news-tnk is a news publisher that is easy to add to an already existing PHP page. It is also simple to insert smileys, and HTML tags, and cookies store posters information (name, email, Web). It includes a full admin page to validate, comment, and delete news. It is available in French, English, Spanish and German. MYSQL is required, and versions are available for both PHP3 and PHP4.
KISGB is an advanced PHP guestbook program that does not require sessions, cookies, or an rdbms. It can be public or private through HTTP authentication. Features include message preview, message editing by users, a theme builder, private messaging, flexible logging capability, a Web-based password protected admin section, email notification, IP logging, IP banning, a bad word filter, smileys, automatic link recognition, flood control, support for 29 languages, and much more.
Sphere is a RPGCE (a role-playing game (RPG) creation engine) that allows you to relatively easily put together an RPG along the lines of Final Fantasy 6 or Phantasy Star. It supports 32-bit graphics (with 256 levels of translucency) and MP3, Ogg, MOD, S3M, IT, and XM files for audio (and WAV and SPX (speex) for sound effects), and does not place arbitrary limits on map, tile set, sprite set, or script sizes.
PasTmon (Passive Application Response Time Monitor) passively monitors your application servers, measuring and reporting user response times, throughput and congestion. It currently works with HTTP, telnet, rlogin, rsh, FTP (control channel), SMTP, POP3, and IRC. Measurements are recorded in a PostgreSQL database and are presented graphically via a PHP Web front-end using R statistical analysis scripts to create the plots.
JWAA is a software framework for building dynamic Web applications as networks of first-class Java objects. XML is used for representing information normally coded as HTML. The XML files are automatically reloaded when they change. It has a "persistent forms" feature in which form data automatically persists in the database such that fields behave like pieces of paper that automatically preserve what's written on them. This default behavior is easily overridden. Invalid links are reported at XML load time via the browser, and are also recorded in log files.