Squirrel is a light-weight programming language (around 6000 lines of code) that features higher-order functions, classes/inheritance, delegation, tail recursion, generators, cooperative threads, exception handling, reference counting and garbage collection on demand. It has a C-like syntax.
SQBind is a pretty simple, yet powerful binding library for the Squirrel language. It includes support for binding classes, methods, static methods, member variables, functions, enums, and C types. It can either manage pointers or leave them unmanaged. It also recognizes functions that receive pointers or references and passes values accordingly. It also easily lets you use your own types for taking care of native Squirrel types, such as your own (or std::) string class, table class, array class, etc.
NaturePHP is a classes wrapper using PHP's autoload to create a non-intrusive, simple, organized, and extensible library system. It is aimed at intermediate and advanced PHP developers, providing a lot of non-intrusive functionality for Web site and application development. Upcoming development will include internal library management and the ability to download/update libraries from the repository.
RadhikaGB is a guest book that is highly customizable and highly optimized. It features a powerful admin panel and spam protection. Users are able to update keywords, descriptions, per page posts, counter values, etc. RadhikaGB is highly secure, and it logs all login activity to the admin panel. It also has the builtin ability to back up its database.
Jug is a task-based parallelism framework. Jug allows you to write code that is broken up into tasks and run different tasks on different processors. It uses the filesystem to communicate between processes and works correctly over NFS, so you can coordinate processes on different machines. Jug is a pure Python implementation and should work on any platform that can run Python.