SAFARI IssueWorks is an easy to use, powerful content management system (CMS) with all of the standard features you expect from such a tool. However, SAFARI distinguishes itself from other CMS tools by organizing articles in issues as you would printed publications, thus easing the task of publishing an online version of such a publication. It features XML/RSS content syndication, a multi-user administration interface, a built-in search engine, and much more.
Conten Board for Desktop and Handheld allows you to maintain articles on your Web site from a desktop or handheld device. The articles can be viewed from a desktop browser, PDA browser, or other PDA software. It has been tested on Palmscape, Handspring Blazer, and iSilo (using Sony Clie).
Clan Admin is a Perl CGI script to administer a clan Website. It takes care of news pages, an active roster, a link manager, scheduled matches, match records, and personal bio pages. It is template-based and designed to work with any existing site design. It only requires access to Perl and SSI.
vtticker is a Perl script that grabs pages from videotext/teletext (using alevt-cap) and transforms them to RSS, a form of XML which can be read by a variety of news ticker applications. Depending on the content of your TV station's videotext, it can present high-quality news and stock quotes on your desktop. Different subscripts are needed to support different TV stations.
The RealizationEngine is designed from the ground up to facilitate group communication and collaboration. It will store that communication to built and manage an institutional knowledge base. It is accessible from any Web browser or Web-enabled device. Classified information is easily restricted to authorized individuals. Information can be compartmentalized, restricted, or published openly, as appropriate, all from the same system. Ideas are coherently threaded, and every message is searchable in a single location and in the context of the messages related to it.
RWP is a MySQL-based content management system which allows a Web maintenance manager and his group of non-techie Web operators to update a Web site's contents via ordinary browsers. The group manager (master user) can assign different HTML pages to be made editable to different group members (slave users). updates are instant. Everything is completely under an SSL connection.