Naridesh is a Web server written in Perl. It supports directory browsing, username/password security, file download, and plugins. It has some limited support to turn off file downloading, and directory browsing. Naridesh can also send the "index.html" file or equivalent if it is found in the directory, and also supports files that are symlinks to URLs.
Domino/JBoss SSO allows you to create a mixed J2EE/ Domino Web site that is seamless to your users. Users will only have to log in once, whether they are in a Lotus Domino Web application or a J2EE application. Management of J2EE users/roles is done using the standard Notes/Domino infrastructure so there is no need to learn another environment, use another database, or modify XML files.
ctm.pl is a Perl script which generates Apache type maps for use with mod_negotiation. Useful if you have a lot of images available in different formats you need type maps for, especially if you don't want to use MultiViews to decide which of them will be sent back to the requesting browser.
PWebS is an HTTP server written in Python. It is intended to be used for testing, but it implements a multi-threaded architecture, CGI/1.1 with GET and POST methods, supports PHP through the CGI interface, and directory listing. It also features a caching system, which stores all pages (static or dynamically generated) in memory to improve the speed of the server and reduce the overall load. Requests and server errors are logged, and the server can drop root privileges to run as a specific user.