The docbookm package is contributed with LayManSys and contains very simple XSLT drivers for generating XHTML chunks from DocBook XML. This package does not require an installation; you only have to unzip the package's contents into a directory of your choice and start using it. There is no special documentation available. Use the file abstract.xsl for transforming an abstract and section.xsl for transforming sections. All other .xsl files are only includes needed by those two.
The ODF-XSLT document generator is a library for PHP 5 that brings the full power of XSLT to your OpenDocument files. It enables you to use ODF files as if they were plain XSLT templates. It supports multiple document types (text, spreadsheet, etcetera), has full XSLT support, and it allows templates to be edited from within your favorite office suite, such as OpenOffice.org or KOffice 2. ODF-XSLT comes with a command-line tool for quick conversions.
XSLT syntax highlighting is an implementation of syntax highlighting as an extension module for Java based XSLT processors (such as Xalan or Saxon). For example, if you have an article about programming written in DocBook, code examples can be automatically syntax highlighted during the XSLT processing phase.
CollabNet Connector Framework is an Openadaptor-based SDK that allows rapid integrations and migrations dealing with the artifact data shared between different tools in the ALM cycle in combination with the collaborative platforms from CollabNet. It features bidirectional, out-of-the-box tracker integration between HP Quality Center, CollabNet SourceForge Enterprise, CollabNet Enterprise Edition, database tables, and CSV files.
The eLesson Markup Language (eLML) is an XML framework for creating structured eLessons using XML. For easier lesson authoring, the Web-based WYSIWYG Firedocs eLML Editor is available, and to create eLML template layouts without any XSLT knowledge, you can use the Template Builder.
feed2wmmenu is a tool to generate X11 window manager menus from RSS, ATOM, or other news feeds. It was inspired by "fvwm-menu-headlines", which generates static refreshed FVWM menus from RSS or other kinds of news feeds. The drawback of the FVWM related script is the use of simple regular expressions. feed2wmmenu polls the feeds using curl, utilizing the Last-Modified header so that the feeds are potentially not fetched if they didn't change since the last poll. It produces diverse output formats by using corresponding XSLT stylesheets.