Richie Rich is an HTML document editor that runs within a Web browser. Unlike other in-line HTML editors, this operates straight on the DOM to avoid incongruities between what is visible in the front end and the HTML that is created in the back end. It supports undo, mouse selection, cursor positioning, and creation of headings, paragraphs, lists, links, bold, italic, and underline.
openWYSIWYG is a cross-browser WYSIWYG editor packed with every rich-text editing feature you need to make your content management system or custom Web application that much better. It easy easy to set up, and you can quickly turn any text area into a powerful WYSIWYG editor with just a few simple lines of code.
OpenEdit is a content management framework for designers. It includes online editing, dynamic layouts, a file manager, version control, and notification tools. Its ecommerce tools include an online catalog manager, a shopping cart, and advanced product searching with no database required.
OOoPy is a Python library for modifying OpenOffice.org documents. It provides a set of transformations on the OOo XML format using the ElementTree XML Library. Transformations included are a mail merge application and the concatenation of documents with formatting intact. The framework supports easy creation of new transformations.
Firedrop2 is a client-side blog tool that makes it possible to create and maintain your blogs on your PC. It supports RSS feeds, categories, and archives and accepts HTML, Sextile, Textile, and ReST markup. It has a powerful macro and templating system and can automatically FTP your blog to a server. A powerful plugin system is provided along with spell checker and emailer plugins.
Xinha is a cross browser, cross platform Embedded WYSIWYG HTML Editor. Although it was originally a stop-gap version of the htmlArea Version 3.0rc1 editor during a period of inactivity in that project, it is now a fully fledged fork. Xinha includes a number of bugfixes and many enhancements over htmlArea, and is in active development by a small and growing number of developers.