Chameleon (formerly known as Theme Builder) is a graphical tool made to simplify the creation of themes for Mozilla. This tool gives users the ability to apply new graphic designs to the browser without changing its functionality. Individuals can use the tool to create their own personal themes while companies can "brand" the browser with their company colors and logo.
The CCQ BBS System is a BBS language written in Python. It includes a Web bulletin board system with the features of an outline processor. The BBS allows multiple subtopics whose posts can be viewed together or separately, and ability to intersperse comments within the text of longer posts. The CCQ language can be used to add further interactive views of the BBS object. Ultimately the system is intended to unify classic CGI applications.
CCTE is a small utility to provide a way to run automated tests on Web applications. It acts like a Web browser GETing form data to different URLs, and logging output. It has two ways to understand if a CGI did OK: HTTP status, and user-definable strings for both (success and error).
The Cacheability Engine will check a URL you feed it for several things that will affect a Web cache, including web server clock skew, expires and Cache-Control headers, Last-Modified date presence, validation of LM date, Content-Length presence and more. It makes it easy to see how a cache will treat your content. There are also public engines running, so you don't have to install the software to use it for Internet-available sites.