HTML Redemption Language (HRL for short) is a language that redeems HTML by adding some tags that should have been in HTML from the beginning. The tags include "if", "include", "macro", and (most importantly) "python". HRL is a preprocessor language: its purpose is to generate static Web pages, but with power. It's written in Python, and its power comes from being able run embedded Python scripts.
The Citations project is a simple extension that allows the user to select a text in a Web page and put it in a special bookmark file. Citations are stored in an RDF file and can be browsed in HTML view. You can save the selected text as a quoting in an internal database together with author and URL. Previously saved citations are presented in a table. Menui tems are added to the popup menu in Mozilla. Clicking a citation in the database opens the URL and highlights the text quoted.
apex is a general purpose Web server that was designed with the busy sysadmin in mind. It runs on both Unix and Windows. It strives to be simple and concise, yet powerful. It installs a default home page with customized links based on its single configuration file. It supports basic authentication to secure access to sensitive links with simple password protection. It supports both simple, "one command" CGI through its configuration file and full CGI support with scripting.
PHPlottery is a script for running a simple lottery without requiring users to register. This is simply done by creating a key-pair. This pair is then known by the user and by the application for later use. To prevent simple abuse, the script can use IP-store/block and cookies. When the lottery should decide the winner, a key-pair will selected out of the database. The public key of this pair will be sent out to everybody who is supposed to know the result of the lottery. Winners have to submit the correct private key to prove their identity.