eLawOffice is a program to manage lawyers' activities, audiences, documents, agenda, and accounting. Documents can be created and exported with HTML templates, and changed with Netscape, OpenOffice.org, or MS Word. The program was originally designed for use with the Italian language and Italian accounting.
dbMan is a complex SQL monitor for common database systems (PgSQL, Oracle, MySQL etc.). It's based on Perl and DBI interfaces. Features include a command history buffer, tab completion, editing Oracle objects, simultaneous connections, SQL help, importing and exporting of tables, Oracle explain plan, and more. dbMan is made as a simple kernel and many extension modules, and you can make your modules with a simple HOWTO.
The goal of the X-itools project is to propose an alternative to products like Exchange or Lotus Notes/Domino. They are composed of several modules, and this project has been under development for several years. Modules include a shared public and private agenda, a flow-chart, task, and post-it manager, a visitors and associated badges manager, a password and history manager (with the ability to encrypt things other than passwords), a holiday manager (to manage public vacation days, illness periods, absence periods according to country profiles), a shared public and private address book, an incoming and outgoing phone calls manager, and a global management module.
PL/FLOW is a workflow engine for Oracle9i written in PL/SQL. It is fast and it can run in a replicated environment with multiple master databases. The naming, process definition, and API are inspired by interface 1 and 2 as published by the WfMC. The ERD design was made using Designer 9i. PL/FLOW is lightweight because Oracle database functionality is used for storage, indexing, and logic. Workflow transactions typically take 5-10 milliseconds to complete.
Orac is a GUI tool for Database Administrators written in Perl, Tk, and DBI. It organizes many useful DBA scripts into a nice graphical interface, for collecting statistics on your database, or diagnosing problems. It currently supports Oracle, Sybase, and Informix. Richard Sutherland's DDL::Oracle Perl module has been integrated with the current version for the Oracle side of things, greatly improving the Oracle developer options on the program.