Putting a Flashy Face on Python using Flash/JSON/Python. See SamFeltus.com for Flash 8 and SonomaSunshine.com for Flash 7.
Frog is a completely free PHP and MySQL driven tool for publishing and maintaining contents on website. It is a migration of Radiant CMS written in ruby.
ZS FAQ is an FAQ management system for websites written in PHP/MySQL
LaunchPad CMS is an Easy to Use Site Management system that allows user to create – blogs, static pages, image galleries etc. What makes this Content Management System unique is that is does not use SQL but XML for storing data and XSL to query it.
An Open Source RAD Web 2.0 Framework used as the foundation of a commercial CMS. Provides great interactive functionality through intelligent use of AJAX, JS and PHP.
GroundOS is an open source cloud web application server, and an alternative to proprietary cloud web operating systems.
Power Jax is an opensource (Apache, MIT, BSD) Web 2.0 CMS system. Written in Java and AJAX it uses the latest event driven asynchrous technology for fast scalable content management.
navTango - Local is a link and document management application.
"navTango - Local" is a web based application that lets you manage documents and links on your PC. navTango come with a search engine to index documents that live in its repository. The search engine with index PDF, HTML, Word, Powerpoint, Text, Excel and many other types of documents. navTango - Local works with IE, Firefox, Opera, Safari, and Chrome. This is an alpha version so you are on the bleeding edge. Use at your own risk.
I have tried multiple editors, specifically TinyMCE and Raptor, with mixed results. I liked how TinyMCE functioned, but wanted to take advantage of contenteditable HTML5 elements. TinyMCE relies heavily on textareas, and we don't want that. Raptor had issues dealing with multiple editable regions on a screen. How about getting back to the basics? Keep in mind I'm going to limit the number of features in a sense- this is LIGHTweight.... see what I did there? Introducing 5edit!
Form Management System is similar to "Content Managment", but provides the ability to write scripts at the webend, without having fear about security. Provides also localization, themes, data access and user authentication and some more. Written in P
want to do something with HTML5
What You See Is What You Mean editor for XML. Web-based. Fast. No external libraries required.
IT!CMS is a fast, small, simple, intuitive and easy-to-use Web-CMS. Just upload it, run setup.php and you got a dynamically editable website. It needs a server with PHP and MySQL somewhere (can be on your local pc) and some webspace (about 600 KB).
This project aims to develop a standards based Learning Content Editing environment coupled with a content publishing system based on the Eclipse framework.
Railfrog is a user-friendly, open-source web site deployment and content management system built with Rails; producing well structured and standards-compliant pages with Web 2.0 goodness. See http://www.railfrog.com/ for current status.
Application scope Class for PHP web sites.
A simple CMS type system designed for use much liked Fazed/B3ta but not as complicated as the big dogs (post/phpnuke)
Pytypus is a Semantic Web project. In Pytypus, RDF is the base of comunication between agents in the semantic net. Every URI in the semantic net has its owner that rule its behavior. See home page
blueMarine is a Java(TM) based digital photo editing application. It can load, show, edit, organize photos and is able to generate web galleries.
elementaSiteMaker is PHP based easy CMS, with strong object-oriented architecture, have self session system, auth system, support for multilanguage in admin mode, no need MySQL.
Want to run a Radio Community Server to host your Radio weblog on Linux? phpStorageSystem lets you do it on any PHP web host.
The OcuPost (Post Management Engine) project provides for a fast way to manage posts and to structure it any way one wants. This projects software is fast and easy to use. Although it primarily supports MySQL for data storage, the Database Access Class
The stuff here has no documentation and some of it may never be completed. This is my playground, use at your own risk.