Soxer is a Web publishing tool intended for the lazy programmer and designer. It allows the creation and maintenance of document driven Web sites, such as corporate sites, blogs, and project sites, and is also extremely useful for creating mockups for database driven applications. It forms a very thin layer above Sinatra to deliver data from a set of YAML files rather than a database.
mod_sass is an Apache HTTPD module that automatically compiles SASS files into CSS. When a client's browser requests a SASS file, this module will fill the request with the compiled CSS. When a file is compiled, the resultant CSS is also cached. This means that the SASS is only compiled when the file has been modified, so the average wait time for the file is always very fast.
Genit is a framework that builds a static Web site, which does not require a server side programming language or database. Generated sites consist only of XHTML code (plus CSS and media). It runs from the command line, is based on XML, and is designed to be simple, readable, and minimalist.
PySite is not a CMS in the traditional sense. Rather, you manage the contents of a Web site via a file manager interface, which gives you access to all settings (pages, styles, plugins, etc.). Compose your pages with Jinja templates, and edit your code comfortably with syntax highlighting in the ACE editor. You may write your stylesheets in Sass and let the integrated compiler write CSS files. PySite also contains a facility to manage virtual mailboxes, in case you maintain your own SMTP and IMAP server, e.g. with Postfix and Dovecot.
Zato is an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and app server written by pragmatists for pragmatists. It provides an HA load-balancer, hot-deployment, and hot-reconfiguration almost everywhere (forget server restarts). It has a browser-based GUI, CLI, and API (forget XML configuration). It supports many protocols, industry standards, and data formats, including HTTP, JSON, SOAP, REST, AMQP, JMS WebSphere MQ, ZeroMQ, Redis, SQL, and FTP.
Salsa is a Web application for authoring higher education syllabi called SALSAs (Styled & Accessible Learning Service Agreements). SALSAs promote learner-centric and accessible formatting, well-defined learning outcomes/objectives, and inclusion of required policies: accommodations for students with disabilities, academic honesty, course evaluations, etc. Salsa generates a unique and random hyperlink for you. Use the hyperlink to return and edit your SALSA, or publish your SALSA to generate a new hyperlink to a "read-only" copy of your SALSA in PDF or HTML format. No email address or signup is required.