DemoWave is a Web application for conducting referendums that allows anyone to propose a new referendum, minimizes the negative effects of people "spamming" the system with bogus referendums, and makes referendums where people disagree a lot take longer to go through. In addition, it can manage a set of laws and referendums on changes to those laws. DemoWave is intended for democratic organizations that need to decrease the bureaucratic load and increase the participation of their members in the decision-making process.
refbase is a Web-based bibliographic manager that can import and export references in various formats (including BibTeX, Endnote, ISI, RIS, PubMed, MODS XML, OpenOffice, and Word 2007 XML). It can make formatted lists of citations in HTML, RTF, PDF, or LaTeX, and offers powerful searching and RSS support. Its OpenSearch and SRU/W services and support for unAPI and COinS metadata allow for easy access by clients and search engines.
Babase is a baboon data management system. It is designed to facilitate the retrieval, storage, maintenance, and analysis of the following broad data categories: group membership, social status (dominance rank), life events, sexual cycle events (including progeny), sexual cycle day-to-day status, dyadic social interactions, focal animal samples, and multi-party social interactions. Integration of other data is supported. Babase is designed for Web access.
PostNuke is a Weblog/portal system featuring an extremely easy-to-use Web-based installation script. It is extremely developer and community friendly, with active development progressing, support forums around the world, and live support via its own IRC network. It was originally based on PHP-Nuke, but was rewritten with security and performance in mind.
PL/XML is an XML based scripting language for PL/SQL. PL/SQL is the procedural language in Oracle and EnterpriseDB. PL/XML is based on CMD nodes. Each CMD node identifies a command and all parameters for that command. PL/XML supports FOR loops, CASE statements, variables, procedures, and functions.