BlazeBlogger is a simple-to-use but capable CMS for the command line. It produces static content without the need of database servers or server side scripting. It is suitable for a wide variety of Web presentations, from a personal weblog to a project page or even a company presentation.
The KiWi core system is a flexible platform for building different kinds of semantic social software applications on top (currently the Semantic Wiki and the TagIT application). It provides all the core services required in such applications, like editing and tagging, the storage of content and associated meta-data, its own triple store, transactions and versioning over content and meta-data, a linked open data server, and many small features semantic social software developers will like (like convenience services for working with ontologies or SKOS thesauruses, etc.).
Pftf (Pining for the Fjords) is another take at time keeping and work time accounting. It lets you keep track of how much time you spent working on what, figure out how much work you are or were supposed to do, taking into account holidays, vacation, sick time, etc., and build graphs showing the acquired data.
folder2blog is a minimalist blog engine based on plain text. You maintain a folder of text files, one for each article, and folder2blog dynamically maps it to blog-ish HTML/RSS2 output. Comments are appended to each text file. Managing articles/comments now becomes creating or editing text files. For example, all you do is edit a local folder of plain text files and sync it with the server, manually or using tools such as rsync, over SSH or FTP. The encoding may be anything (UTF-8 by default). The HTML formatter is any external program, such as markdown, that may act as a pipe. The owner receives notification email for each comment. There is basic spam protection.
ContentRoller is an easy-to-configure, set up, customize, and use news, links, and blogging CMS environment that provides you the ability to have your own social news site like Digg, Yahoo Buzz, DZone, The Server Side, InfoQ, Slashdot, etc. ContentRoller can also be configured to look like a newspaper-based news site.
TurnKey Joomla Appliance is a server appliance for the Joomla! content management system. It is designed to be easy to use and easy to maintain. Security patches are automatically installed. It provides a Web management interface, configuration console, and AJAX Web shell. To minimize footprint the appliance is built from the ground up with the minimum required components. It runs everywhere thanks to multiple build formats, including an installable live CD, a VMDK with OVF support, and an Amazon EC2 AMI.
Voisin is a social networking and group collaboration platform. It's a complete Enterprise 2.0 solution that combines all of the technologies you need to implement Enterprise 2.0 best practices in order to help your work force realize the full benefit of social collaboration and knowledge sharing as they work to achieve group goals. It is based on the OpenEdit Framework.
Movable Type is a powerful, multi-user blogging platform. It's widely used as a business blogging tool thanks to the ease with which you can create multiple blog sites. It has a large community and many add-ons available. It's written in Perl and tends to be a bit difficult to install, unless of course you use the JumpBox. This JumpBox provides a basic installation of Movable Type setup with a single blog on the root URL of the system. It's highly recommended that you keep that blog and customize it for your needs rather than starting from scratch. From there, you can add other blogs fairly easily. This JumpBox is based on the 1.1 JumpBox Platform and includes a backup system that supports archiving the state of the JumpBox to NFS, Windows file shares, and Amazon S3.
NoteFinder is an application for managing any text information: notes, quotes, conversations, drafts, articles, contacts, etc. It features creating, viewing, editing, renaming, deleting entries, rich text formatting, inline calculations (e.g., use ~7+8~ to get 15, or functions and constants from Python's math module, such as sqrt, sin, and pi), organizing entries chronologically (creation dates) and semantically (tags), advanced search (with date:, tag:, title:, year:, month:, and day: parameters), saving searches, multiple notebooks, multiple backends, the ability to move/copy entries from one notebook to another, synchronizing via email/Wiki, linking entries together, CamelCase links support, and a tabbed interface.