BBGallery is a small Perl script generating a number of HTML files from JPEG images that make up a image gallery to browse with any HTML browser. It uses The Gimp and Gimp-Perl to create thumbnails and to scale the images. It features thumbnail creation (size can be configured), scaling images to a configurable size (optional), links to full size image, meta-galleries, ability to assign labels or text to images/galleries using simple text files, easy installation and use, and an automatic slideshow.
Ansel is a picture gallery for web sites. It is a high quality, information-rich photo gallery, designed to handle large numbers of images and albums. It stores all its images in a database, making it both fast and flexible. Ansel is similar in spirit to Shutterfly and Yahoo pictures, but does not place restrictions on image size.
Historical Event Markup and Linking Project (Heml) provides an XML schema for historical events and a Java Web app which transforms conforming documents into hyperlinked timelines, maps and tables. It aims to provide a most information-rich interchange format for historical data, and thus add a historical component to the growing movement for a 'Semantic Web.'
The Big Faceless Graph Library is a Java class library for creating graphs and charts. It is backed by a full 3D engine, allowing you to create shaded 3D pie, bar, and line graphs as GIF, PDF, PNG, or other image formats. Its features include transparent backgrounds, extensible axes to graph dates, currencies, custom fonts, and spline curve fitting. It is small, fast, and easy to use.
Photolib is a Web-based photo gallery program, but unlike all other galleries, it is aimed to be a library rather than a standalone program. This way, users can take the Photolib library and easily plug a photo gallery into their own Perl-based site. They are also free to easily create their own look and feel to the gallery through regular Perl and HTML, rather than some complicated theme generator.
txt2graph.pl is a tool (written in Perl) to visualize structures and dependencies between words in a text document via graphviz-tools (you can get graphviz at http://www.research.att.com/sw/tools/graphviz/). It runs on Windows, MacOs, Solaris, OSF, Irix, Linux. Feedback is welcome.
Image Viewer is a multi-frame (animated) image viewer with real-time interactive pan and zoom viewing that uses the GTK+ toolkit and Imlib. It is capable of opening and saving to any image format supported by Imlib. It features screenshots (screen capture), crop, resizing, print, fullscreen display, display on the desktop (root window), animation (creating animated GIFs), color leveling, drawing font/text strings, and editing image header information.