News Content Management makes it easy for non-technical users to update and manage articles, press releases, news stories, headlines, and editorials. No HTML or programming knowledge is required. News articles can be arranged in any number of categories and category levels, resulting in a very good visitor experience. The news pages can be either embedded into your own Web pages or simply linked to from any pages of a site. In either case the system provides you with the HTML code necessary and all you have to do is paste a few lines into your own pages.
PHPKB is an easy-to-use, powerful knowledge base software package that allows users to easily create and maintain a FAQ, article directory, or complete customer support knowledge base system. With hundreds of options and powerful features, PHPKB is easy to install and customize. It features simple installation, a WYSIWYG HTML editor, attachments, unlimited questions and answers, an active response system, and much more. It is also totally rebrandable (private label).
The Photomaniac Media Library is a media management solution for digital photographers who have to manage large amounts of digital media. Its strength is its native support for RAW images, version control, team functionality, speed, cross-platform compatibility, and cost efficiency.
jLibrary is a DMS (Document Management System), oriented for personal and enterprise use. With jLibrary, you can classify your documents, videos, or any other media type. You can export those contents to static Web pages based on templates, search on those contents, add comments, categorize it, and more. jLibrary has all the features present in most modern content management systems, including team work support, version management, offline document edition, document locking, security constraints based on roles, users and groups, and easy Web access.
Caudex is a distributed document/reference management system. Its features include support for BibTeX reference types, reference organization in hierarchical categories, BibTeX export, multiple attachments (eg PDF files) for each reference and a servlet-based Web interface with full-text search on the PDF attachments. It is optimized for offline work, and local reference collections can be synced with servers at any time. Multiple local storages are supported and can optionally be synced against different servers.
WebDirectory provides a Web-based frontend to an ordinary directory structure of your filesystem. There is no need to import your current data, and no problem exporting your data for backup. It is kept very simple to provide maximum efficiency. You can upload, download and delete files; create and delete directories; configure multiple instances; and have optional user authentication.
The goal of Tidydoc is to make documentation organization easier. It makes it easy to add documents to a repository, give them the right names, put them into the right directories, and reorganize them a posteriori. Then it can generate a set of HTML pages to browse your documents and a BibTeX file to reference them. Every operation can be done through a Web interface if you are running a Web server (or using the embedded lightweight server), and/or through command line scripts. This allows documents to be uploaded remotely using scp or any other file transfer program. Tidydoc is written in Python in a spirit of flexibility and easy tweaking, but its default behavior should fit the needs of most people.