DryDock is a Web publishing application that implements a development/production Web site pipeline. It codifies an approval process that forces users to approve all Web site changes before they go into production. It is easy to customize for integration into an existing Web development setup, it does no heavy-handed content management, and it's designed be transparent to Web authors. It tracks revisions, issues email notification of changes, and lets administrators instantly know the complete history of any file that has ever been published.
E-GADS! (Electronic Ground Search and rescue Administrative Database System) is a Web-based database that enables ground search and rescue teams to track membership, certifications, search reports, events, and training records. It is fully bilingual (English/French) and is currently based on Canadian geographic data and NSS (National Search and Rescue Secretariat) categorization codes, but can be customized for other languages and data. It requires PHP 4.x and MySQL 3.x+. MapServer and Proj are required for the optional map display. The application has been tested on RedHat Linux and MS Windows systems.
EPESI is a Web application for managing business information. It allows you to store, organize, process, link, and share records between people within a single company or organization. Standard features include a shared calendar, tasks, and address book, an integrated Roundcube e-mail client, an advanced permission system, easy form filling (Click2Fill), record change tracking (Watchdog), and full record history. Its modular design can be easily customized and modified to match your processes and workflow. The EPESI framework allows rapid development of custom modules and extension of the functionality of the basic CRM package into full ERP applications.
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.
Essential Management is a multi-user project management system for managing intricate and complex information. Its initial purpose was to allow software development teams to create, maintain, track, and store project requirements on a multi-project basis in a multi-user environment. It has now become more abstract in the type of data it can maintain, allowing the easy addition of new data models and other expansions. Information can be stored in any of several database management systems, and can take advantage of a networked DBMS.
Evergreen is an integrated library system originally developed by the Georgia PINES consortium for use as their automation system, and now includes contributions from around the world. It was designed from scratch for large-scale deployment in very large public library and state-wide consortium environments with tens of millions of records and hundreds of libraries, but can also scale down to the smallest of single-branch libraries.