A web unstructured file system using UUIDs to uniquely identify the files.
Command line utility for versioning-enabled S3 buckets in AWS
This is a Java-based command line utility which provides functionality around S3 buckets with versioning enabled -- something which normal S3 browsers as of yet don't support. If you host your data in the Amazon cloud (AWS) and you use versioning on your S3 bucket(s) you would have noticed the lack of support (currently) from Amazon on this. This tool aims to provide some help with that. Have a look at the usage page here: http://awsversionmgmt.sourceforge.net/usage.html for examples on how this tool can be used in scripts for cleanup purposes and others. Project is entirely Java based and makes usage of the Amazon's AWS SDK for Java. It is intended as a command-line tool (so it can be easily integrated in things like cron jobs etc) however there are plans to to implement a GUI interface too. This project has been reviewed by SoftPedia as per: http://mac.softpedia.com/get/Utilities/aws-s3-version-mgmt.shtml
The Network-Oriented Document Abstraction Language (NODAL) is a set of standards and protocols for ubiquitous collaboration supported by an open source sample implementation.
APR based virtual file system library and modules for read/write access to gzip, bzip, tar, cpio, iso and zip archives.
ZFS is a system of automatically replicating file servers closely resembling CODA.
Mudslide provides an encrypted file system to any operating system that can mount a webdav server. Mudslide works with Linux, OS X, and Windows. Mudslide is built upon http://jakarta.apache.org/slide/ and the encryption libraries packaged with Java.