ChaNT is a flexible, powerful, cross-browser, and easy-to-use Web-based chat system. It supports BBCode, 3D animated smilies, and an IM-like toolbar for formatting your chat messages. It does not require any browser plugins like Java or Flash. It does not require MySQL. ChaNT includes privacy features such as traffic encryption and client side password hashing. It has a powerful admin control panel and can integrate with many forums and CMS.
JsHttpRequest is a library for AJAX-based script creation. It features cross-browser compatibility (IE 5.0+ including disabled ActiveX, Mozilla 1.7+, FireFox 1.0+, Opera 7.3+, and Safari); file uploads from user browser to the server; full support of PHP debug features (including fatal error handling); multi-dimensional data structures exchange (JSON analog); PHP session support; and optimal data loading method choosing (XMLHttpRequest, Microsoft.XMLHTTP, etc.) depending on the current browser. The interface is compatible with XMLHttpRequest.
CGI Calendar is a CGI-based event calendar that does not require an SQL database. It supports unlimited events per day that can be sorted by time and by summary. Events are editable and can be described using HTML. It features month, day, and single event views, password protection, a UI controlled by HTML templates and CSS, and support for multiple calendars with a single installation.
XdTV is a program to watch, record, and stream TV. It interacts with AleVT (Teletext) and Nxtvepg (NextView) and supports the bttv, bktr, and dvb APIs. It contains some deinterlacing filters and records video files with various containers (AVI, MPEG, Ogg, etc.) and many codecs: FFMpeg >=0.4.6, XviD 0.9 and 1.x, DivX 4 and 5, and Vorbis/Theora >=1.0a5. It has some plugin capabilities.
net2ftp is a Web-based FTP client, offering standard FTP client functionality using a browser. Users can also zip files, email them in attachments, edit code in their browser, or view code with syntax highlighting. Configuration options: restrict the access to one FTP server; ban IP addresses or FTP servers; set a daily consumption limit; and 3 kinds of logging. It works under PHP's Safe Mode. MySQL is optional (only required for logging and consumption tracking).