Journal is a Perl/CGI script that allows the user to keep a regular log of his/her thoughts. The interface is easy to understand, with only a few buttons to utilize. This journal is fast and able to be viewed and used by both text and graphical browsers. Drawbacks as of now are that it works better if Apache is running (but can be changed if the user can read Perl), and there is no installer. The pieces need to be hand placed (optimal placement in the README.txt), and there is not a Win32 port yet.
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.
SD-Book is an easy to use and generic electronic book publishing system that can be used to easily create and publish manuals, tutorials, stories, or other electronic media for either online or offline use. It comes with a dynamic menuing system, graphics libraries, and a number of other goodies that allow you to customize it. It allows you to create a simple manual or a full-featured book complete with sound, images, special effects, and more.
Zoom-It is an easy-to-use and completely customizable horizontal navigation menu with custom cursor support, a "zoom-out" feature, 5 generic shaders, over 70 different mini-images, and 9 different border styles. It is easy to configure and use and provides a convenient way for visitors to navigate your Web site.
Flickr Photo Compass is a greasemonkey script that provides a "compass" displaying the 8 closest photos to the actual one in the directions N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, and NW when you visit geotagged photos on flickr.com It’s a new way to browse photos of places on Flickr. By clicking on the direction icons, you can move around and find other photos.