This is an ***old archive*** of tools developed for facilitating the use of Creative Commons licenses and metadata. --- For the most up to date representation of any of the projects listed here, please see: http://creativecommons.org/project/Developer.
Server and client tools to reduce stress for etree siteops and downloaders. Command line python based ftp client - very simple; just gets music. Server Tools: Fully automates user management for etree servers.
Python framework for developing distributed web applications. Composed by a webserver and a number of registered applications, each handling an url family (www.foo.com/*). The applications can run on the same server or on other servers.
Zope is an open source application server specializing in content management, intranets, and custom web applications. Zope is written in Python and has a large, global community of developers and companies.
Coherence is an advanced Content Management System build on top of Zope. Coherence has site-, user- and filemanagement. Some of the special features are a WYSIWYG page-editor with a drag and drop interface, versioncontrol, workflow and linkmanagement.
Midnight Xen is a project to finish the Xen project manager for zope. We also intend to implement Gantt and Pert Chart features. The first priority is to make a build that works right on improt into Zope and then re-initiate the security later.
Onjab - sync your bookmarks between browsers and computers. Basically protocol, and client/server examples.
OIO is a Web-based medical/patient, user-extensible forms, and online analysis system. We use it at Harbor-UCLA for health/treatment outcomes data. Forms can be exported+imported as XML and exchanged via the online OIO Library at www.TxOutcome.Org.
A small, effective, extendable and customizable personal Wiki developed for pocketPC systems. Can run on all python supported platforms.
Zulu is an easy-to-use website management tool.
This tool converts html to mediawiki markup language.
oSync will continue its service via www.osync.com
TamTam is collaborative web application. It is mostly based on the concept of WikiWiki, but has many features that are not a part of standard Wiki implementations & clones.