OrbitHyip is a High Yield Investment Program (HYIP) script that allows you to manage members and E-gold/IntGold/EvoCash/E-Bullion deposits. It supports unlimited payout plans and the flexible template system allows you to easily change the design. Code encryption is used on many files to prevent hacking attempts. It features full integration with E-gold/IntGold/EvoCash/E-Bullion payment gateways, advanced statistics, internal transfers, and more.
Game Session Manager is a simple set of PHP scripts to help gamers set up a game time/place via the Web. People can quickly see who can show, when, if they can act as DM, location, and starting time. It will tally "votes" for which campaign to play and at what location. All data is stored in a MySQL backend.
CRUIS Edit is a Web site editing system for small sites that is not intended to be a full featured content management system. It features easy switching to edit mode while visiting your own pages and makes URLs look like static pages, which enables easy mirroring. It allows plain HTML to be edited directly and supports pages made from several parts, which makes it possible to easily maintain several pages with the same layout without using frames.
RubyContent is a Web content management application created specifically for the small-to-midsize digital enterprise. Its features include an automatic centralized control console, point-and-click content personalization, syndication of content via RSS, automated updates and expirations, author and editor permissions, multi-format publishing options, "no-code-required" content templates, and "edit anywhere" Web-based access.
phpPolls-extras Goodie Pack is an add-on to phpPolls which supports multi-question, multi-section surveys. Sections support overview statements and resource/link annotations for issue-awareness and self-instruction applications. It also provides admin and output enhancements for any phpPolls user.
The Wiki system is a quick way of creating websites. It tries to make the concept of the document root and hyperlinks obsolete. In practice, often a wiki page has a lot of HTML embedded, but it was originally envisioned to make plaintext into prettified HTML with automatic hyperlinking.