PurpleView is a paper review system that was designed to help distributed project development. It serves as a collection of materials relevant to a field of interest, and its review capability allows users to distinguish good and relevant items from bad and irrelevant items. Submission of papers in different Categories and Platforms aids their systematization. The sorting and searching features facilitate powerful and expedient data examination. It incorporates discussion forums for each item, notifications and message boards, and features security logins and automated database backups that assure the system's accountability and availability.
WebDirectory provides a Web-based frontend to an ordinary directory structure of your filesystem. There is no need to import your current data, and no problem exporting your data for backup. It is kept very simple to provide maximum efficiency. You can upload, download and delete files; create and delete directories; configure multiple instances; and have optional user authentication.
PDFCat is a fast and lightweight catalog management application to keep track of PDF documents coming in through many possible ways. This is not meant to be a highly available solution for complex and unified cataloguing. Instead, it aims to provide a better user experience. The unique feature of this software is its ability handle documents stored on removable devices.
CopyWrite is a project management tool for writers. Whether you're working on a novel, an article, a thesis or a book report, it is flexible yet simple enough for writers of all kinds. Any creative process is inherently messy, especially writing. Keeping organized means finishing faster.
PACMS (Personal AJAX Content Management System) is a PHP written CMS with AJAX features for the creation of a personal (small medium size) Web site with a full Web-based interface. It provides widgets like a download area, blog, todo list, FAQ manager, image gallery, etc. This system is XML-based and doesn't require a database.
LuSql is a command line Java application for the construction of a Lucene index from an arbitrary SQL query of a JDBC-accessible SQL database. It allows a user to control a number of parameters, including the SQL query to use, individual indexing/storage/term-vector nature of fields, analyzer, stop word list, and other tuning parameters. In its default mode, it uses threading to take advantage of multiple cores. LuSql can handle complex queries, allows for additional per record sub-queries, and has a plug-in architecture for arbitrary Lucene document manipulation.