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.
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.
Woclema is weblogging software that is intended to be managed and edited using the command line. However, there is no reason a HTML UI couldn't be implemented. Woclema offers template-based layout, strict XHTML output, post categories, permanent links, comments, and simple spam-protection.
Ryan's Electronic Diary Sheet (a.k.a. RyansEDS) is a Web-based Perl application which allows members of an organization (typically staff) to inform each other of their proposed whereabouts. It is designed to be a simple shared calendaring application which does not require complex (and often proprietary) client/server software. The diary sheet works on a week by week basis and stores its data accordingly. A shell script (batch file) is supplied that (when run as a scheduled event/cron job) will clear out data older that your chosen limit. Thus data storage is kept to a minimum. The diary sheet itself also has a feature that will prevent users from going too far forward or backward.
WebAPP NE is a content management system (CMS). The name "WebAPP NE" is an abbreviation of "Web Automated Perl Portal Networks". It features articles, forums, nested message boards, a private instant messaging system, a list of who's online, profile information, a member list, download and link sections, statistics with advanced sorting options, a web-based site administration control panel, and custom welcome messages for guests and registered members.
Imieniny reads a list of names and the dates on which those saints are commemorated in Poland. The "name-day", i.e. the day on which a saint bearing a person's name is commemorated, is important in Poland, and is celebrated like a birthday. The program, given a date, will display what people have their "name-days" on that day. It can also send an email alert. Given a name, it will display when that name has its name-day(s). Since people in Poland like to send little "mini-poems", a selection of these is included. Users can also determine their own combination of names and dates and names-surnames and dates.
Solistic Calendar is a Web diary and calendar system written in Perl using a MySQL database backend. A key aim is to produce a high quality program built within a standard Perl installation using minimal external packages. Other design aims include easy and inexpensive installation.