Kwotes is a chat quote database system with a twist. The quotes are publicly moderated, so it's up to you to maintain the quality. All quotes are accepted, and if their ranking falls too low for too long, they are deleted. To better your kwote browsing experience, visit the search page. You can vote for a quote without it going to a new page (and causing you to lose your place in the process). Users may only submit a limited number of quotes per hour. It has a simple, standards-compliant design that works in all modern browsers.
The Stickybeak uses dynamically generated images and P3P architecture to provide a cross domain user logging and tracking system. The image and cookie generation process is highly configurable and allows logging of additional user-defined variables. The Stickybeak logs user activity to a MySQL database.
OOPMH! is a OAI-PMH 2.0 data provider designed to be easily adaptable to any database schema. OOPMH! is based on phpoai2 by Heinrich Stamerjohanns, but the majority of the code was rewritten to be easier to adapt when the Dublin Core fields aren't all together in a single database table. The database code is abstracted away from the OAI-PMH methods. While the current queries have only been tested on Firebird, they should only require very little modification to work on other SQL RDBMSs.
JCast-X is a Java streaming server based on the "source-bus-consumer" pattern. It uses XML to configure its internal factories which makes it extremely configurable and easy to extend. Theoretically JCast-X can stream any kind of media, but starts with default implementations of MP3 streaming (like IceCast, Shoutcast, etc).