Moto is a server-side scripting language much like PHP or ColdFusion. The difference between Moto and other server-side scripting languages is that Moto pages can run interpreted (like PHP) or be natively compiled into dynamically loadable Apache modules (an entire Web site could be compiled into one .so file). It comes with a full suite of objects and functions for state and session management, MySQL and PostgreSQL database connectivity, and a slew of utility classes like stacks, hashtables, string buffers, etc. There is also an included interface definition language for exposing C functions to Moto. All object allocation occurs in a shared memory segment, so maintaining state in objects between page views is a snap.
iTree Pro-XQ Powertree is a Java tree menu with drag 'n' drop, tabs, scalability, and database friendliness. It also features a large variety of search facilities and runtime editors which are especially useful for large interactive application interfaces. Menu content can be fed from an easily written text file or database interface script. Other features include multi-state user-definable icons, true-type fonts, pixel-level customizable colors and layout, script triggers, multiple scrolling logics, checkbox and radio menu items, line-wrapping, and rollover effects.
The WaMCom project tries to create versions of Mozilla that are more stable and correct than official Mozilla milestones. In order to achieve that, stable Mozilla releases are extended with backported correctness fixes from the ongoing Mozilla development. In addition, it contains some selected enhancements not yet available in the official Mozilla project, mostly in the areas of security and cryptography. Examples are APOP authentication for POP3 mail, SMTP/SSL, and support for crypto.signText().
MIcroscopic Window Manager (MIWM) is a fast, small, minimalist, and extremely reliable window manager. It is designed to do the job very simply and unobtrusively, without constraining power users. It features optional auto-tiling, desktop cleanup, a user-defined root menu, optional previewing of hidden windows, variable numbers of virtual desktops, and configurable window behavior. It includes a simple, very effective memory management utility for leak detection.