git-flow Python Edition is a a pure Python implementation of git-flow. All sub-commands share a common back-end to ensure features behave the same, whatever branch-type they are working on. New workflow behavior can also be added easily by simply sub-classing existing ones. It also includes a comprehensive unit test suite, decent man pages, and HTML docs.
Shark is an extendable Java workflow engine framework including a standard implementation completely based on WfMC and OMG specifications using XPDL (without any proprietary extensions) as its native workflow process definition format and the WfMC "ToolAgents" API for server-side execution of system activities. It has well defined client interface, as well as its internal component interface.
Enhydra JaWE (Java Workflow Editor) is an XPDL2.1 based graphical workflow process editor fully adhering to WfMC specifications. It can be used to edit or view any XPDL file which conforms to WfMC specifications. It works with several open source and commercial workflow engines, like Enhydra Shark, WfmOpen, OBE, and OfBiz. It has participated in a WfMC interoperability demo where it was used to handle XPDLs from Fujitsu, TIBCO, and the Enhydra Shark engine.
Proteus Intelligent Processes is a set of tools based upon the Proteus model and the GreEd rule authoring system. Proteus (PROcesses and Transactions Editable by USers) is a software technology that allows creating clinical processes in which clinical intelligence is embedded. These processes can then be executed to provide guidance to the clinicians about individual patients. The main advantage of Proteus is that the processes can be edited even by non-programmers, with the use of appropriate tools. The processes and components can be stored in a library and can be reused to create other processes. GreEd is the foundation of a full-fledged business rules management system (BRMS). Ease of editing is its key strength. These tools are linked with electronic medical record systems and clinical information systems.