PHPX is a Web portal system, blog, Content Management System (CMS), forum, and more. It is designed to allow everyone to be able to have feature-rich, interactive websites even if you do not know a bit of programming. Some key features include fully-integrated forums, downloads, an image gallery with slideshow and auto-thumbnailing, support ticket system, a GUI interface for Web page content management, news with topics and instances, and a whole lot more. It allows you to fully customize the look of your site.
MyHeadlines is module that adds syndicated headline functionality to any PHP and MySQL-based website. Your users may subscribe to multiple RSS feeds from a fully categorized database of over 1,000 sources. It was previously a PHPNuke/PostNuke Addon, but can now be integrated with any Web site.
The Scout Portal Toolkit (SPT) is a turnkey software package that allows groups or organizations who have collections of knowledge or resources they want to share via the Web to put that collection online without a big investment in technical resources. It includes keyword and fielded search engines, a recommender system, a metadata editor, user agents (push technology to notify users of new resources), forums (bulletin boards), resource quality ratings, resource annotations by users, and support for multiple dynamic user interfaces, selectable on a per-user basis.
safox is a simple PHP API for XML handling. It merges the DOM approach with XML, and it provides a simple, object-oriented API for PHP-based XML generation, parsing, manupilation, and traversal. SAFOX provides a generation package and a package that parses XML documents and returns objects.
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.).
WEBK is a content management system that stores information on the filesystem and does not require a database. It features thumbnail generation for text files, source code, and images, custom download handling for text files, source code, and images, support for locked folders with plain passwords or MD5 hashes, support for custom actions, an automatic hit counter for each item, a simple module system, and theme support.
fastcgi-gallery is a Web gallery based on Apache::Gallery, but is hacked for usage with Perl FastCGI scripts. Therefore, this version is about 10x quicker (with cache turned on) than Apache::Gallery. With the best template system (Template-Toolkit) you can customize your gallery as you wish; for example, you can create a multi-language gallery. A database is not used; everything is stored in files. Output and generated thumbnails are cached for speed optimization.