The WebGuys' Instant Message Service is a solution for small teams who need to communicate short messages more effectively than with email. It provides presence and disposition information for each user and an easy to implement protocol that can be built upon to provide more advanced features.
gnomefpc is a set of language translations that lets you write Pascal programs that use GNOME, easygtk, and Glade. It also contains a demonstration program. There is a full C-to-Pascal translation for libglade and for the easygtk wrapper. The translation for the GNOME libraries is far less complete.
The Graffiti Server is a small C program that allows the posting of messages and, optionally, HTML. It displays the most recent messages but has a search function for finding entries with a given keyword or string. Users can post and delete their own messages, while the administrator can delete any message. As configured, the server remembers about 2500 messages. The Graffiti Server is a traditional Unix daemon that installs itself on a port, waits for connections, then forks another copy to handle the request.
Poor Man's Content Management System (PMCMS) is a content management system for maintaining Web sites. It is designed to make maintaining a Web site easier, to simplify the production of usable Web sites, and be simple to use itself. It has a build system (for building an entire Web site) based on GNU Make, and an HTML generating system based on MP4H - a macro processor for HTML.