Monaural Jerk is a journal or "weblog" system that allows single or multiple authors to easily post content to a Web site. Many standard weblog features have already been implemented including organization of content into (multiple) categories, pagination, calendar-based navigation, "edit this page", "send this to a friend", searching, syndication, and more.
Lame Node System is a Web-based idea repository. It is aimed at people wishing to set up a personal site without the hassles of detailed Web page maintenance. It supports user accounts, flexible HTML theming, and several types of "nodes" (HTML input, files/external links, and pictures).
minb (Minb Is Not a Blog) is a content management system that makes it possible to share Moments with others or just log them for your own use. The data is stored in XML-format and does not require a database. Its design is extremely modular and it supports read-only accounts for sensitive data. The engine is equally fit to be used as a blog, a personal homepage framework, or a publicly accessible information site concentrating on news or project coordination.
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.
OpenInviter is a script to import contacts (address book data) from email providers like Yandex, Lycos, Rambler.ru, Live / Hotmail, OperaMail, GMX.net, Mail.ru, Mail.com, GMail, Yahoo!, Rediff, AOL, and KataMail. It can import from content management systems like SimpleMachines Forum (SMF), Drupal, Social Engine, Wordpress, PunBB, Joomla, JamRoom, and PhpBB. It also imports from social portals like Twitter, Facebook, Hi5, Friendster, Orkut, Myspace, and LinkedIn. It offers basic "tell a friend" features.