Blite is a lightweight blog application with a focus on simplicity and ease of use. It provides the essential features of a blog, including categories, archives, and comments. It can easily be themed by modifying a stylesheet and a few simple templates. Blite pages are fast-loading and validate as HTML 4.01. Comment spam is filtered to a spambox (by the use of blogspam.net), where it can be reviewed and deleted (or published). Blite requires PHP 5.3 (or later) with the sqlite extension, and the xmlrpc extension for comment spam filtering.
Crudin is a mature system written in PHP that reads a MySQL database and dynamicly generates an interface with CRUD (Create,Read,Update and Delete) features. You can use it to save hours and hours of programming when you have to build a custom CMS system, extranet, or when you have to manage the content contained in a MySQL database. Crudin doesn't generate PHP files; it directly generates the interface. With a change in the database, the system automatically fits without any programming.
The ServerUsage system collects and processes statistical information from computers running a GNU/Linux Operating System. It is composed of two subprojects, the ServerUsage-Client to collect usage statistics (via a SystemTap module) and send them to a remote server via TCP, and the ServerUsage-Server to collect all statistics from different clients and aggregate them in a SQlite database table. A PHP Web service is available on the server module to extract information or display graphics.