The Logfile Navigator, lnav for short, is a curses-based tool for viewing and analyzing log files. The value added by lnav over text viewers or editors is that it takes advantage of any semantic information that can be gleaned from the log file, such as timestamps and log levels. Using this extra semantic information, lnav can do things like interleaving messages from different files, generate histograms of messages over time, and provide hotkeys for navigating through the file. These features are meant to allow the user to quickly and efficiently focus on problems.
Google Sitemap Generator is a tool installed on your Web server to generate sitemaps automatically. Unlike many other third-party sitemap generation tools, Google Sitemap Generator takes a different approach: it will monitor your Web server traffic and detect updates to your Web site automatically.
HTMLButcher is an advanced HTML slicing tool. It can slice images, creating HTML layouts with or without tables, preserving the layout while allowing data and images to be individually changed. Besides common slicing tasks, HTMLButcher features unlimited nested table generation (tables inside tables), reuse of layout mask, per-area image format and transparency selection, in-place preview with file sizes, an extremelly precise and easy tool for sizing, aligning, and repetition-aligning of slices, and much more.
mod_log_dbd is a module for Apache 2.2+ that writes access logs to a database using the APR DBD framework. It's designed for simplicity and speed, and therefore lacks some of the features of other logging modules. It does, however, automatically create any needed tables and columns.
mod_auth_openid is an authentication module for the Apache 2 Web server. It handles the functions of an OpenID consumer as specified in the OpenID 2.0 specification. Once installed, a simple configuration directive can secure a directory or application on your Web server and require a valid OpenID/XRI identity. You can configure trusted/untrusted identity providers along with a number of other options.
C-Cramp (the C-Cramp College Radio Audio Management Program) is a Web-based frontend to MySQL for managing the types of things that small radio stations might need: audio files, data, and "metadata"; DJ and staff information, schedules, live music and program logs, and all sorts of other data. Currently, a cross-platform PHP application is the focus of the project, but more features and types of programs are planned that will hopefully enable easier playback, storage, loading, and entering for all types of applicable data.
kontent is a local content management system. Most content management systems run on the server, but this program will run on a local computer, allow you to manage the files associated with a Web site, and then upload them to the server as static pages. It can be used to generate an index, a table of contents, an RSS feed file, site navigation, and templates and library items. It has the ability to include items that are used many times without server side includes, and the ability to check links.