Gixaw Chat is a feature-rich system that adds live chat to your Web site. It features unlimited rooms, private and group chat, seamless Integration with any third-party application, easy file sharing, live image previews, powerful moderation (kick, ban user, and ban IP address), past chat transcripts, user profiles and display pictures, sound notifications, flood control, unlimited smileys, and a lot more.
Selador is a browser-based fantasy game. The game was commercial at first, but has since been released as open source by its developers. The game focuses on teamplay and communication between players. Although it is played in real-time, strategy and planning are paramount. It comes with a nice set of graphics and a pre-populated database. It can be installed on any *AMP stack.
Budgest is a Web application designed to manage budgets, for small to wide structures. Based on a double tree-structure (entity/nature), it allows the creation of annual or rolling slices budgets. It can import accounting data and allows the creation of dynamic reports to follow real-time evolution between account data and budget. A transverse view allows grouping of entities with no hierarchical relations (for example marketing departments of international companies). It supports users, groups, data versioning, and CSV import and export.
BitNami Enano CMS Stack is an easy-to-use installer for Enano CMS, a content management system that strives to have "less bloat and more float" than other solutions. It includes powerful administrative capabilities and a variety of plugins to add portals, forums, blogs, and other functionality.
CExpert (Connection Expert) is a simple library that allow high-availability projects to check their mysql base's health. It consists of two parts a daemon and a client library. The CExpert daemon is a light process that periodically checks MySQL's health and reports it to all clients interested. Communication between processes is implemented using POSIX shared memory, so reading health status is simply a matter of checking one memory byte.