Inserit is a content management system specially suited for designers and other non-programmers. Its main goal is to provide a codeless CMS for the most creative designers. The content is stored in a central server and distributed through Web services to your site. Designers can integrate the components through Dreamweaver.
Drupal is a powerful Web content management system that allows an individual or community of users to easily publish and maintain a Web site. Drupal has a large community supporting it that has created many modules for common tasks that you would want to perform on a Web site. Running a JumpBox allows you to be up and running with this software in minutes on any operating system. It carries other benefits such as portability across computing environments, a Web-based admin console to simplify administration, and a built-in automated backup system to protect your work.
migratedata allows you to write a simple XML file to define how to copy data from one database to another, possibly performing very simple transformations on the way. It is immediately able to help you migrate a PostNuke Web site to a WordPress one, and to perform any other transformations you will need to create your own XML spec file (which is reasonably simple).
Joomla! is an award-winning content management system (CMS) that can help you build Web sites and other powerful online applications. The JumpBox for Joomla saves a great deal of time by capturing the experience of a skilled IT admin in a package that's very easy to use and provides a production quality Joomla! installation very quickly. This JumpBox is for the Joomla! 1.0.x series of releases. A JumpBox for Joomla 1.5.x is also available.
OgOg.org is a Web application and site. On OgOg.org, you can rate RSS posts and receive good rankings and extra voting power when your own posts are rated as being good. You can carry your user-ranking and voting power over to other sites via OgOg's API (and your OpenID). OgOg attempts to be a useful hub in the sifting and ranking of blog posts.
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.
PluggedOut Blog is a script you can run on your Web server to give you an online multi-user journal or diary. It can be used equally well for any kind of calendar application. Rather than give you a thousand things you don't really want, it provides the essential diary or journal functions that most people are going to need. PluggedOut will work with your site layout instead of forcing you to use a predefined layout. The blog is easily extended with custom plugins.