cv8me creates a Web site to host any number of CVs online. It is the software that runs the site http://cv8.me. Hosted CVs have a number of typical use cases: attachment to a job application, a profile for a freelancer, part of a team description in a project pitch, or privately as the documentation of one's path of life. CVs can be themed. After registering your account, you can select a URL of the form http://cv8.me/YOURNAME. You may change this URL at any time. CVs may be public or password protected. To create and modify your CV, just click on the content areas and edit the content in the pop-up forms. cv8me strives to be standards compliant. Initially, it supports the hresume and vcard micro formats.
Sometimes TypoScript just doesn't cut it. Whether you are lazy and don't want to invest half a year of tedious learning just to get your editors their favorite backend, or you have to integrate that SEO optimized magazine with cutting edge social network features, you can now get the best of both worlds. The TYPO3/CakePHP integration project integrates a CakePHP frontend with content managed in a TYPO3 backend. This way, you get all the development productivity of a mature Model/View/Controller framework combined with the elegance of an enterprise class content management backend
Pipinstrasse is software to implement a social network for groups, families, or neighborhoods. It features user accounts and profile pages, photo galleries with automatic scaling, a pinboard, private messages, chat, invitations to email addresses, guest access to selected photo galleries, and a start page with "wall" and "like" buttons. Typical use cases are private Web sites for neighborhoods, families, or clubs, where members want to communicate, but no public facing Web site is needed. Use generally is for members only. New users can register through a Web form, but need to be activated by an administrator. However, there is a guest facility, which gives invited guests access to selected photo galleries. Graphic design is done through themes, which are separated in their own directories.