Tidal Wave is a recursive project-tracking Web application. It can be used by organizations to keep entire teams on time and on target for getting multiple projects done. A single project can own sub- projects that are sorted by either due date or priority (that choice is easily configurable), and each sub-project can be owned by an entirely different person. If project A relies on project B, that is clearly visible with the recursive project tree view. A manager can clearly see that what employee A is doing is holding up employee B's work.
Ferret CMS is a Content-Management System based on Zope that aims to be simple and intuitive to use for the non-technical user and easy to install and maintain for the administrator, while offering the developer flexibility and extensibility. The aim is to be able to get a Web site mechanism up and running within five minutes. It offers built-in tools such as a search engine and a workflow mechanism to facilitate the content visualization, creation, and administration.
Eidetic is a middleware library for building database driven applications with Perl and Template::Toolkit. It provides handlers for displaying, editing, searching, and administrating data. It provides an interface-generic way of building db apps allowing Web, command line, or daemon styles of interfaces. It is currently used by several applications, including STP, docsys, and rackview.
Poseidon is yet another PHP weblog, although its goals are a little different from most. Poseidon is intended to be as small, simple, and cleanly organized as possible. It does its job, which is to manage content and allow user feedback via comments, and that's it. Its features can be enhanced and extended via a robust event-driven plugin API, so you never have to install features you won't use.
Tk::Text::Viewer is a text widget that can display text files under TK. It enable the user to search text and navigate in a Text widget. The reason for creating this module is that it doesn’t require downloading of modules other that Tk, and a need for simple user interaction. The package includes a text viewer demo program that can be used as a stand-alone browser.
PodWiki is a collaboratve Web-based authoring tool written in Perl which differs from other WikiWiki tools in that it uses Perl POD as its markup language. It is easy to install, runs on mod_perl, and has all required features of a WikiWiki tool, and in addition a build-in revision control system, authentication (users/groups), and evaluation of Perl code.
Coefficient is a project-based collaboration platform that can be deployed as either a J2EE application or a Web application. It provides basic collaboration tools such as issue tracking, discussion forums, file uploads, news, tasks, and voting as hot deployable modules in a themeable presentation layer. In addition, it provides a workflow engine to help guide projects through their development cycles. All of this functionality is provided through a themeable Web interface.
Genu is a thin client rich Internet application for Google Spreadsheets data. It works in a symbiotic relationship with Thinux Cluster Live CD, which allows browsers to be deployed over the network without a hard disk. By starting the turn-key solution together with Thinux, browsers can be deployed to load up the Genu Web application, connecting them through Google's Web service for data handling. In effect, the Thinux CD acts as the Internet application server, Genu as the Web desktop client, and Google as the data repository.
ChkDB is rule-based data checking software for Oracle, plus files that define rule-sets and data domains (tables/views to be checked). The software is a PL/SQL package and some SQL scripts. There is currently no GUI front-end. For oil and gas data, there are domains and rulesets for well-header, drill-stem-test, and seismic-inventory data.
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.