Silva is a CMS for organizations that manage multiple or complex Web sites. Content is stored in clean XML, independent of layout and presentation. Features include versioning, a workflow system, an integral visual editor, content reuse, sophisticated access control, multi-site management, extensive import/export facilities, fine-grained templating, and hi-res image storage and manipulation. Silva is built on top of the Zope Web application platform.
Spider is a complete standalone Java application designed to easily integrate varied datasources. It will retrieve (on demand or via automated scheduling) data from these varied sources and can be configured to push it to consumers such as listeners on a messaging queue, email accounts, flat files, or databases. It was designed with ease of extension as its highest priority, so its default configuration can be easily modified and extended to support other third-party or proprietary invocation or dissemination methods.
2do is a simple to-do list manager written in PHP and using a MySQL database backend. It supports unlimited numbers of projects, has templated HTML allowing for complete customisation, and can be publically viewable by all, or can be protected by passwords. Administration is done via simple Web-based forms.
Kaolak is a Web-based community system. A Kaolak community is defined by its users and documents and forms a Kaolak branch. Kaolak is designed to handle many branches transparently from each other, within a single instance (one URL, one database). It features a permission scheme which allows users to give read/write access to documents they own to other groups/users. With a little PHP knowledge, modules can be implemented to extend Kaolak functionality.
jzForum is a simple forum system based on the jZonic framework that supports multiple forums and RSS feeds for forums, categories, and threads. User and rights management is integrated. It is very easy to install because it uses hypersonic as a database, although it can be used with different databases. The look and feel can easily be changed using CSS. It currently supports user, moderator, and admin roles with a defined set of permissions.
RRDutil is a a tool to collect statistics (typically every 5 minutes) from multiple servers, store the values in RRD databases (using RRDtool), and plot out pretty graphs to a Web server on demand. The graph types shown include CPU, memory, disk (space and I/O), Apache, MySQL queries and query types, email, Web hits, and more.