KISGB is an advanced PHP guestbook program that does not require sessions, cookies, or an rdbms. It can be public or private through HTTP authentication. Features include message preview, message editing by users, a theme builder, private messaging, flexible logging capability, a Web-based password protected admin section, email notification, IP logging, IP banning, a bad word filter, smileys, automatic link recognition, flood control, support for 29 languages, and much 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.
Galena was originally designed as a modular bot to serve commands on various protocols (Jabber, IRC, email, HTTP, FTP). Because of its design, Galena2 developed into a framework for server side applications, especially for Web applications and content management systems (CMS). Addins like wiki, message board, and news system are already included.
ivata groupware is a groupware/intranet portal system based around J2EE standards. It provides an enterprise-ready solution. It is a great tool to enable teams to find contacts in team and private address books, to share documents, to post articles and notes, to comment on articles, to receive notifications via email, to plan meetings and other events in the calendar, and to access email via the Web.