phpFeed is a system for retrieving and displaying RDF and RSS site summary files without requiring a database. Updating is done either on-the-fly when the page is loaded, or scheduled via a cron job. The layout and style of the display is fully configurable, and the configuration file itself is XML.
phpfspot allows you to present a photo collection prepared in F-Spot in Web browsers. F-Spot is a Mono-based photo software to organize your photos in a very comfortable way locally on your workstation. phpfspot allows tag selection from a tag cloud, and browsing through the album is eased with AJAX.
phpilelist is a file listing script that you can upload to a directory on your Web server. There's just one file to upload, and the script will list all files with extensions you specify and make them available for download. If you add, remove, or rename files, the listing will automatically update. If the directory contains a file named 'readme.txt', the script will show this file's contents above the download links.
phpivr is an Asterisk AGI application which uses PHPAGI to organize Interactive Voice Responses. It doesn't need extensions.conf changes and dialplan reloading if you want to modify the IVR menu, it reads phpivr.conf on the fly. It supports unlimited levels of IVR menus. It is a standalone tool (you do not need to install FreePBX with all its functionality), does not require additional exotic libraries, and is easy to integrate into your own application.
phplib2Smarty is a drop-in replacement extension of Smarty class for PHPLib template class. Even though the syntax is like that of PHPLib template but the compiling technique of Smarty has been used. Several advantages of Smarty that PHPLib lacked can now be used more conveniently.
phplist is a mailing list and newsletter manager that allows posting via a Web page. It works well when used for announcements, and can handle very large email address lists. Users can sign up to multiple lists, but will only receive a single copy of cross-posted messages. When signing up, users can identify their geographical location, and messages can be targetted to these. You can add place holders in your email that will be replaced with personal details (such as the person's name). Users can update their own information, and unlike many other mailing list systems, they can change their email address. HTML emails are supported.