Flume is a component pipeline engine. It allows you to chain multiple workers into a pipeline mechanism. The intention of Flume is that each of the workers should provide access to a different type of technology. For example, a pipeline could consist of a Jython script worker followed by a BeanShell script worker followed by an XSLT worker.
Seagull aims to deliver the following: independence of data, logic, and presentation layers, an extensible component architecture, reduction of repetitive programming tasks, simplified data access, comprehensive error handling, module workflow routines, form handling without the donkey work, component reuse, authentication management, integration with PEAR libraries, PHP coding standards, platform/PHP version/browser independence, self-generating documentation, and quality end-user docs.
The ProM Import Framework allows you to extract process enactment event logs from a set of information systems. These can be exported in the MXML format, which is the standard event log data format for Process Mining analysis techniques. Process Mining is a family of a-posteriori analysis techniques to extract abstract information from process enactment logs. More in-depth information about the area of process mining is available at processmining.org.