The Free Library System (FLS) is a system for maintaining a database of items and borrowers of a library. The goal is to provide simple yet powerful and flexible ways to search for items, provide circulation functions, and communicate with other libraries running FLS. It is implemented in Java and uses JDBC to access a suitable database.
Formication is a form processor which can send custom-formatted email, save form data to custom-formatted files, and reply to the user with a custom-formatted response. Formication is also able to require that certain fields be filled in. All configuration is done with simple templates, all of the templates for a given form being within the same file.
FormMagick is a set of Perl modules intended to ease the task of writing multi-page Web forms. It takes a description of the form (fields, validation to perform on each field, etc) in XML format and generates HTML on the fly. Other features include templates for changing the "look and feel" of your forms, and the ability to easily localise your text for other languages.
FemFind is a crawler and search engine for SMB shares (provided by Samba/Unix or Windows) and FTP servers. The crawler maps the filesystem structure of your shares to a MySQL database. Then, the Web interface or a Windows client can be used to quickly locate any file on the network.
fhttpd is an FTP/HTTP server with modules support. Modules run as separate "looping" processes locally or remotely, and can be configured to run under separate userids. Locally running modules can be configured to use fd passing of client's connection to avoid overhead in sending the response. ~username URL to directory remapping is supported in HTTP, and can be configured to access files, run scripts and modules under mapped user's userid.
FAQ-U is a system for maintaining a list of Frequently Asked Questions, commonly referred to as a "FAQ". FAQ-U makes dynamically served, maintainable, searchable and more presentable FAQs than the traditional hand edited format. FAQ-U can create a "plain text" version for posting to USENET and transmitting via email.
EveryChat is a Perl CGI chat script designed to work on any server and under any browser (especially Lynx!). It will take advantage of frames if available. EveryChat is small and simple, making it ultra-easy to install and use. Great for company/tech support chat sites or other chat room sites. Many add-ons and hacks avaiable with an IRC->EveryChat portal currently under development. Recently placed under the GPL. Also Available: EveryChat Server Edition: an EveryChat "server" that includes its own dedicated http daemon. EveryChat-SQL: EveryChat CGI with a user list and SQL backend made to run under mod_perl for maximum speed and stability.
ePortal is an integration of Expresso, Struts and Tiles with an implementation of the Java Portlet Specfication (JSR 168). With this integration the community software including eForum and eContent (a Web content management solution) and other Jcorporate components including ePoll, eFAQ, and eHelpdesk are available in a portal.