The APC Action Applications (APC-AA) provide an easy automated publishing environment for non-profit websites. Features include 'Usenet-like' sharing of articles between sites, automated publishing of press releases, bibliographic information, who's who, event calendars, and more for multiple sites, and runs on Apache PHP/MySQL, with an optional plugin to store authentication information in LDAP. The software is also multi-lingual, and supports multiple character sets.
The wuzzle jukebox is a set of perl scripts which interface with a database of MP3s to provide a web based MP3 browser. People can select specific songs or albums they want to hear and add them to a playlist. The playlist format is compatible with winamp, windows media player, and XMMS. Security is provided by a combination of server directory/file security, and a login page.
QuickImage is an open-source utility for adding drawings and graphs to your Web applications. It was designed primarily for use with the SteelBlue Application Server, but is general enough to be used in many programming environments. The QuickImage package contains both Java classes that can draw images on the client's browser and a C++ program that can draw images on the Web server. They both interpret the same set of graphics commands, and you only need one version to add drawings to your Web applications.
The PAM authentication module for Apache implements basic authentication on top of the Pluggable Authentication Module library. Thereby it supports standard Unix passwd, shadow, NIS, SMB auth, and radius authentication transparently and interchangeably, wherever the HTTP protocol allows it.