An easy to install Apache distribution containing MySQL, PHP, and Perl
XAMPP is a very easy to install Apache Distribution for Linux, Solaris, Windows, and Mac OS X. The package includes the Apache web server, MySQL, PHP, Perl, a FTP server and phpMyAdmin.
Ganglia is a scalable distributed monitoring system for high-performance computing systems such as clusters and Grids. It is based on a hierarchical design targeted at federations of clusters. Supports clusters up to 2000 nodes in size.
AMPPS is a LAMP/MAMP/WAMP stack
AMPPS is a stack of Apache, MySQL, PHP, Perl & Python. AMPPS enables you to focus more on using applications rather than maintaining them. With AMPPS you can create a website by installing any of the 330+ Apps, customizing it, and then simply publishing it on the internet via a wide choice of hosting service providers. A complete package on your desktop, same like the server that provides many open source web applications. Application Management, Domain management, Database management, etc are provided in a secure environment to ease your development. Softaculous is ready for your desktops with AMPPS to boost your development. Like servers, now auto-installation is possible on your desktop too. It provides your favorite script installations by the click of a button.
A perl-based web application and web site framework designed to let the people who create the content manage it, and let the technical folks get back to tech stuff.
Affelio is open-source social networking software / architecture. It has following features: (1)distributed architecture (2)Internet-wide scalability, (3)Extensivity with opened Affelio API for developers, and (4)high custamizability with skins/templates
Web-based password and group file manager for Apache in Perl
Wyrds are (X)HTML-like tags representing very flexible perl objects which can greatly simplify and speed up the development of dynamic content using Apache and mod_perl. The Apache::Wyrd modules provide the core development environment.
ButterflyCP ButterflyCP aims to be THE graphical user interface for all popular open source server technologies. Our goal is to solidify server management, from email and domain setup to database management and software updates.
CD distributable version of Apache, mod_perl, Perl, PHP, MySQL Server.
A blog-management system, written in PHP. Goals are to be simple and featureful, but not overly featurebloated (ala TikiWiki). Although it is used in at least 1 production environment (the author's), it may have some bugs.
ExSite is a Website Operating System - a complete website management system that includes user-friendly, browser-based tools for web authoring, content management, publishing, database administration, user management, dynamic content serving, and more.
A system of scripts designed to make website administration (mirrors, news, users, and forums) efficient and secure.
GridAuth is a user credential management system for distributed data and computational grids. GridAuth is configurable and extensible to just about any system requiring credential management, advanced authorization and secure authentication.
PHPBaseClasses is a multitier and fully Object Oriented set of base classes written for and in PHP. At this moment the storage tier is SQL only; but it supports multiple databases : Any ODBC database, MsSQL (SyBase), MySQL, PostgreSQL
Paperboy WDM is a web development framework built around the concept of separating logic, content, and presentation without the complexities of SQL. It uses Paperboy RSS as a translation layer between content (in XML) and presentation.
A image gallery generator written in Perl that generates a static image gallery from an existing directory stucture. See the Home Page for further info and a sample gallery.
Ringers is a Ring HUB software package designed to allow multiple websites seemless linking through a unified navigational banner. PHP-Ringers is written completely in Perl and, therefore, very portable.
An RDF-based post content information system with associated APIs, used to provide intelligent information about the status and accessibility of a web document. Functionality: page re-directs, intelligent 404 handling, Threadneedle connectivity and other
UnityCA is a Certificate Authority "front end" based on the Community-Oriented CA (COCA) model, which was primarily developed for non-profit "free CAs." Organizational and end-user interfaces provide trusted web management of the installed CA (eg ElyCA).
The cvs+ project seeks to provide a you would never know that its cvs layer on top of the cvs protocol to make the system easier to use for novices and easier to setup for administrators. This would be based on a perl-tk and text-based cvs client that
picsite creates a website from a directory containing JPEG files.