Snarf is a simple utility that is similar to wget, curl, ncftp, lynx, and fetch. Its main advantage is its small size (it's ideal for using on a rescue disk). It is also full featured, supporting ftp and http resume, http and ftp authentication, http redirect, proxies, SOCKS, gopher, progress indicators, and it uses configure.
PHPLIB is a base library for the PHP language. It contains class definitions that help in session tracking, manage persistent variables (just like ASP session-variables, only more flexible), can do authentication and permission checking and support shopping cart applications. Additional classes generate HTML code from database queries and similar features.
DB_Browser is a CGI tool for developers working with any relational database supported by Perl::DBI. It easily facilitates searching, editing, and adding to tables within a database. While it can be used as a regular interface to database data itself, it works well as a supplemental tool for developers creating their own primary interface.
TkApache is a full GUI front-end to configuring and monitoring an Apache web server. Full access to the configuration files is provided and includes management functionality (start, restart and kill), process(es) overview and much, much more. Future functionality will include on-screen graphing and log-file reporting.
www-sql is able to display information from MySQL or PostgreSQL databases in web pages. It does this with a simple embedded scripting language. The commands are embedded in special HTML tags, so it should be possible to edit the document with an HTML editor. The tags are evaluated when the page is loaded, so the resultant page will be HTML compliant.
The ROADS software is a collection of tools which can be used in building on-line catalogues of Internet resources. Key features are simple text based resource description format, World-Wide Web forms based resource description editor, WWW and WHOIS++ based search capability, automatic generation of customised views of the catalogue, automatic generation of listings of recently added resources, dynamic browsing of resources in particular subject categories, highly customizable HTML output, distributed indexing and searching across multiple WHOIS++ servers using the Common Indexing Protocol and more.
The SeaMonkey project is a community effort to develop an all-in-one Internet application suite. It contains an Internet browser, email and newsgroup client with an included Web feed reader, HTML editor, IRC chat, and Web development tools, and is sure to appeal to advanced users, Web developers, and corporate users. It uses much of the Mozilla source code powering such successful siblings as Firefox, Thunderbird, Camino, Sunbird, and Miro.
HTTPGate is a filtering HTTP Gateway originally intended to enchange user's privacy when surfing on the net, but it can also be used to avoid censorware systems in web browsing. HTTPGate operates on a user definable internet port where the user connects using a web browser. The main page shows a text box and a set of options user can choose to avoid transmitting some information during client/server negotiation.
MailMan is one of the most stable, mature, and robust Web-based email systems available. The overall goal of the system is to provide the simplest possible way to add a Web-based email system to any Web site, so ease of installation and maintenance was the first goal in MailMan's design. It has no dependencies and no known incompatibilities with any Web server or mail server. It supports sending and receiving attachments, a single-frame or multi-frame interface, HTML-formatted messages, user options, address books, mail folders, and more.