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.
dlg2html is a set of Bash shell scripts which help automate the conversion of DLG Pro message bases to HTML for archiving or mirroring on the Web. (DLG Pro is a Bulletin Board System for Amiga personal computers.) The HTML message files contain the appropriate links to the next and previous messages, as well as to any replies or referenced messages. A message index is also produced. dlg2html works with terminal dumps of DLG message boards, which means that you do not need access to the actual BBS files to perform the conversion.
jab:Phone provides a Web-based system for keeping track of employee/personnel names, phone numbers, and other information. Some of its features include up to ten data fields (which can be configured in the Administration area) as well as URL and Image fields for each listing, the ability to search the database by the contents of any data field, the ability to sort the database index by any data field, and configurable fonts and colors (through the Administration area).