Badge allows users to display a simple graphical "badge" that signifies membership with a particular group or project in a weblog signature. It is the digital analogue of an "I Voted" sticker, or the countless other bumper stickers given out by non-profit groups. Badge is a reasonably secure system for adding images to weblog singatures in a controlled way. IMG tags are generated dynamically by the weblog software, and since IMG tags are not normally allowed in weblog singatures, this should be pretty hard to forge. The Badge "server" generates the badge image on the fly.
asNews is a simple news retrieving and parsing program which gets the news from the net and shows it in your desktop. It's currently able to fetch the news from Freshmeat, LinuxToday, Slashdot, Segfault, KDE, LinuxApps, BBC, CentralEurope, 7AM, LinuxDev, GeekNews, IceWalkers, AppWatch, Hotwired and Mozilla. It also has two GTK-based X11 interfaces: a very simple one used for easy integration with your Window Manager and a complete, comfortable GUI.
Anteil is a Web-based Customer Relationship Management (CRM) application written in PHP. It includes a PHP module to supply database abstraction, transaction logging, and replication. It requires the UDBTBR package, which has been recently updated and released for RedHat 7.2, 7.3, 8.0, and 9.0.
When building server side applications for the Web, independently of the language used (Java, PHP, Perl, etc), a lot of time is spent writing embedded HTML code and dealing with the fact that HTTP is a stateless protocol. SPFC allows you to write HTML forms like you write a Java GUI.