RedKite CMS is a Content Management System built on top of Symfony2 and Twitter-Bootstrap frameworks. It lets you manage the content of your website inline, using an interface designed to increase the quality of the user experience. You are not required to have technical skills related to Web programming to build a website using this CMS.
CWIS (Collection Workflow Integration System) is a software package designed to help assemble, organize, and share information about resources online. The software conforms to international and academic standards for metadata while providing turnkey setup and a user-friendly interface, allowing resource collection developers (and end users) to focus on what they want to share (or find) without worrying about the technical details. It provides extensive support for cataloging resources with standardized metadata, which can then be automatically shared via an array of channels out to the larger Internet community, helping others find your work.
papaya CMS is a Web Content Management System based on open standards (including XML, XSLT, PHP, and MySQL/PostgreSQL). It is compatible with almost every operating system, is platform-independent, is multi-lingual, offers great usability, and is easy to extend via its plugin system. It is scalable and perfect for business websites.
CallerList is a Web based call screening application. It consists of two pages: a data entry page for the call screener and a read-only page for the cast and crew. Note that the font is intentionally large so that the host is able to see the list of callers from a distance. CallerList works with most modern browsers.
Molinos CMS is a modular CMS. It supports multiple Web sites per installation, multiple domains per Web site, and different subdomains for different Web site sections. It uses XSLT for templating; templates can be organized in themes, which can be applied to either all pages or particular pages. It can use MySQL or SQLite for data stoarge; all data is available in XML format, ready to use by templates and scripts. User groups (roles) and advanced ACL can be used to control access to that data. It supports many caching and code optimization techniques. Data storage is optimized to minimize queries required to display pages. There are modules for integrating with various third-party services (over 70 modules). Modules are simple to write using the provided documentation (currently only available in Russian). Web sites can use local and system modules simultaneously. It works with most Web servers, and has a built-in Web server (for localhost development). It also has a CLI for most tasks.
TomatoCMS is a powerful content management system. Its key feature is its Layout Editor and widget concepts. TomatoCMS also supports plugins/hooks, templates/skins, multiple languages, and has high performance. It supports a modular architecture with more than 10 built-in modules, such as ad, category, comment, menu, multimedia, news, poll, tag, and upload.
TorrentWatch-X is a Web-based tool to automate BitTorrent downloads. This is a fork of the torrentwatch project, now also with NMT support. It is meant to run on Linux and Mac OS X with different BitTorrent clients (for now, only Transmission is supported directly) and make it work in all Web browsers. It supports RSS feeds from a few torrent sites that offer TV shows. It can save torrent files in any folder, so any torrent client can pick it up. It can tell Transmission to save data in any folder. It can tell Transmission to stop when a certain ratio is reached. Authentication with Transmission is supported. Your own RSS feed can be added.