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.
Pftf (Pining for the Fjords) is another take at time keeping and work time accounting. It lets you keep track of how much time you spent working on what, figure out how much work you are or were supposed to do, taking into account holidays, vacation, sick time, etc., and build graphs showing the acquired data.
malibo is a small and simple blog program. Its goal is not to provide the most functionality but to be secure and easy to use. It can be used to create and and edit entries, or create drafts and publish them later, using a rich text editor. Files can be uploaded and directly linked. It has the ability to allow visitors to write comments for each entry. It is based on PHP and designed to run on Apache Web servers.
NoteFinder is an application for managing any text information: notes, quotes, conversations, drafts, articles, contacts, etc. It features creating, viewing, editing, renaming, deleting entries, rich text formatting, inline calculations (e.g., use ~7+8~ to get 15, or functions and constants from Python's math module, such as sqrt, sin, and pi), organizing entries chronologically (creation dates) and semantically (tags), advanced search (with date:, tag:, title:, year:, month:, and day: parameters), saving searches, multiple notebooks, multiple backends, the ability to move/copy entries from one notebook to another, synchronizing via email/Wiki, linking entries together, CamelCase links support, and a tabbed interface.
Blosxom (pronounced "Blossom") is a lightweight yet feature-packed Weblog application designed from the ground up with simplicity, usability, and interoperability in mind. Fundamental is its reliance upon the file system, folders, and files as its content database. Users can create, edit, rename, and delete entries on the command-line, via FTP, WebDAV, or anything else they might use to manipulate their files.
The JumpBox for Moodle is a production ready installation of Moodle. Moodle is a course management system that allows educators to create online learning communities for their students. It has an open design with a large developer community creating plugins, themes, and modules. The JumpBox for Moodle is an easy way to get up to speed with Moodle and requires a minimal investment in time and money. It includes the JumpBox management tools and backup system to help make operations as simple as possible.
The JumpBox for Wordpress Blogging System allows anyone to be up and running with the Wordpress blogging platform in under a minute. JumpBoxes require virtualization software to run. They are self-contained instances that can be moved across OS's and hosting environments, and because they work as a single unit, they're perfect for offline development.
Just Journal is a blogging application. You can use it to create one or more blogs on a Web site. Just Journal allows registered users to comment on other blogs, list friends, consume and provide RSS feeds, and post public, friends only, or private journal entries. It has been tested using MySQL 5.x and Tomcat 5.5.
Voisin is a social networking and group collaboration platform. It's a complete Enterprise 2.0 solution that combines all of the technologies you need to implement Enterprise 2.0 best practices in order to help your work force realize the full benefit of social collaboration and knowledge sharing as they work to achieve group goals. It is based on the OpenEdit Framework.
TinyNews is a simple news/article publishing system for Web sites. Its main feature is that it doesn't require a database, so it's ideal for smaller sites where a full blown CMS would be too much. It provides search engine friendly URLs, RSS feeds, and a WYSIWYG editor with a file manager.