APLAWS is an J2EE Content Management System developed to assit UK local authorities deliver services online. It builds on the Red Hat Web Application Framework and CMS products to provide 20 content types relevant to local government publishing requirements. It features full text search, category & folder based navigation, compliance with Dublin Core and e-GMS metadata standards, RSS Feeds, configurable and personalizable portals, discussion forums, XML content import and export, an XSL themes engine, and name based virtual hosting.
APLM (Alex Personal Library Manager) is a set of Perl scripts for managing a small library. It is designed to be easy to set up, easy to use, very customizable, and self-contained. It lets you type in your books, change a few paths, and get going without worrying about MySQL or anything. It also has a Web interface.
AROUNDMe Personal identity is a solution for anyone wishing to create their own OpenID-based identity on the Web. OpenID allows you to connect to many Web sites without needing to fill in registration forms or remember multiple user name and password combinations. AROUNDMe Personal identity allows you to create your own OpenID account. Your account acts as a consumer, meaning that people can connect to you, thus forming a decentralized social network.
ARSC Really Simple Chat is a Web chat system that uses PHP and MySQL. It works with every browser in existence, even text-based ones, and it uses the server push technique or, if possible, its own socket server. It is very simple to install and use ARSC. It includes some important features, such as operators, kick-ing, whispering, and more. Multiple rooms and different languages are available. To run ARSC on your site, you need a Web server that understands PHP, and can connect to a MySQL database.