Yokadi is a command-line oriented, SQLite powered, TODO list tool. It helps you organize all the things you have to do and you must not forget. It aims to be simple, intuitive, and very efficient. In Yokadi, you manage projects, which contain tasks. At the minimum, a task has a title, but it can also have a description, a due date, an urgency, and keywords. Keywords can be any word that help you to find and sort your tasks.
Zambeel is an e-mail based archiving system that was designed to address the needs of people who move around frequently, but need to keep their files in one place. Files that need to be stored for future reference can be emailed to the system as an attachment. It then stores them as part of your personal archive, which can be searched and accessed later.
Zim is a graphical text editor used to maintain a collection of wiki pages. Each page can contain links to other pages, simple formatting, and images. Pages are stored in a folder structure, like in an outliner, and can have attachments. Creating a new page is as easy as linking to a nonexistent page. All data is stored in plain text files with wiki formatting. Various plugins provide additional functionality, like a task list manager, an equation editor, a tray icon, and support for version control. Zim can be used to keep an archive of notes, take notes during meetings or lectures, organize task lists, draft blog entries and email, or do brainstorming.
Advene (Annotate Digital Video, Exchange on the NEt) is aimed at providing a model and a format to share annotations about digital video documents (movies, courses, conferences, etc.), as well as tools to edit and visualize the hypervideos generated from both the annotations and the audiovisual documents. Teachers, moviegoers, etc. can use them to exchange multimedia comments and analyses about video documents. The project also aims at studying the way that communities of users (teachers, moviegoers, students, etc.) will use these self-publishing tools to share their audiovisual "readings", and to envision new editing and viewing interfaces for interactive comment and analysis of audiovisual content.
betterFORM is an implementation of the W3C XForms 1.1 Recommendation. It allows easy creation of highly dynamic Web 2.0 user interfaces with attractive controls and layout. You can add validations, calculations, actions, and events to build complete Web applications in a declarative way.
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.
demexp is a client/server system for direct democracies. It makes it possible to ask questions in the system, add new answers to those questions, and vote on proposed answers. The voting procedure used is Condorcet voting. Questions are classified, and a delegation system allows one's vote for certain questions to be assigned to a chosen delegate. The software is tailored to the needs of the Democratic Experience project.
dotCMS is a J2EE Web Content Management System (CMS) which includes a number of features which other Open Source CMS solutions do not. It is extremely easy for both users and developers to work with, and any number of new applications can be built within its framework. It features a multi-tenant/virtual hosting form builder, customizable/extensible workflow engine PHP, Groovy, Ruby, and Python scripting support, a full starter site using Responsive Design (Bootstrap framework), including a mobile version, custom content types, files as content, full-text document and metadata indexing, pessimistic content check-in/checkout, site-wide templating, object level permissions, clustering support, widgets and macros, a robust plugin architecture, an easy Windows installer, ElasticSearch for performance and horizontal scalability, an OSGI implementation, Spring 3 MVC Support, enterprise site searches, an accessibility checker in the WYSIWYG, RESTful APIs to access content and widgets, an integrated help system, and more.
The edit-on JavaBean SDK is a customizable, feature-rich JavaBean that allows developers to add WYSIWYG editing functionality to their AWT- or Swing-based applications. It features an intuitive word processor-like user interface that enables XHTML content authoring with XML markup, and has a royalty free run-time license.