newsPro is a Web interface for newsletters/announcements. Users can include their email address in the database, and they will receive email newsletters sent by this script. It is available in English, German, and Russian. In contrast to other similar scripts, no SQL is needed for newsPro.
RPC::XML is a set of classes in Perl for implementing XML-RPC services both from the client side and the server side. Included are classes for writing clients, writing stand-alone servers (using the HTTP::Daemon class of LWP or the Net::Server class for transport implementation), or implementing a server as an Apache/mod_perl location handler.
openadaptor is a Java/XML-based software platform which allows for rapid business system integration with little or no custom programming. openadaptor can be loosely classified as EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) software. It is highly extensible and provides many ready-built interface components for JMS, Oracle, Sybase, and TIBCO, as well as data exchange formats such as XML.
Node Runner is a network monitor which is designed to contact network nodes in a specific order based on the hierarchy of your network. If a node does not respond, each of its parents are systematically checked until the true problem is identified. Node Runner uses a shell script for its network polling, a Web interface for node information, reports, etc., and utilizes abstraction layers for database support.
JGloss is an application for adding reading and translation annotations to words in a Japanese text document. This can be done automatically and manually. When a text document is first opened, kanji words will be looked up in a dictionary and the first reading and translation (if any) used to annotate the word. The user can then edit the annotations: choose among the readings and translations found in the dictionaries, enter your own readings and translations, remove annotations, and add new annotations. The document can be exported as plain text with annotations, HTML, or LaTeX.
XML-Lit is a simple program to perform very basic literate programming with any XML-based markup language. It uses James Clark's Expat XML parser to weave (convert to a form suitable for processing) and tangle (extract the source code from) your XML documents. It has only been tested with DocBook at the moment, but there is no reason why it should not work with any arbitrary XML markup.