Other Possible Open Source Components

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Research For Future Features


Areas of Interest


Wikis

Calendars

RSS / Newsfeeds

Email

Blogs

Image Libraries

FAQ's

Contacts

Code Version Control Systems

Issue Management / Bug Tracking

Project Management


Potential Content Types


Can someone put a one line description of these please?


  1. ZoneItem
  2. DocLibraryItem
  3. WikiItem
  4. ShortcutItem
  5. DiscussionItem
  6. WebsiteItem
  7. BlogItem
  8. DatabaseItem (using Chiba XForms?)
  9. GalleryItem
  10. LinkItem
  11. ProjectPlanItem (or task list?)
  12. ChatItem
  13. IssueTrackItem
  14. CalendarItem (needed if Project Plan available?)
  15. FileItem
  16. NoteItem
  17. FAQItem
  18. InboxItem

Web Framework


Wicket

http://wicketframework.org/

With proper mark-up/logic separation, a POJO data model, and a refreshing lack of XML, Wicket makes developing web-apps in Java simple and enjoyable again. Swap the boilerplate, complex debugging and brittle code for powerful, reusable components written with plain Java and HTML.


Web Crawlers


Open Source Web Crawlers

Nutch


Photo Galleries


Gallery

Coppermine


BPM Engines and Editors


There is a brief overview of these systems in BPMSummary.

Engines:

jBPM JBoss, LGPL - jBPL

Shark ObjectWeb, LGPL - XPDL

Bonita ObjectWeb, LGPL -XPDL

Agila - Apache, Merged with Twister BPEL

OSWorkflow OpenSymphony, Apache - proprietary

WfMOpen GPL - proprietary

XFlow GPL - proprietary

Imixs Apache - proprietary

Open Business Engine Apache - XPDL

OpenWFE BSD - pool

Twister Apache - BPEL

http://www.uengine.org/ Liferay Twister Workflow with task lists

Editors:

Jawe ObjectWeb, GPL


Forms Engine


http://www.orbeon.com Open source forms solution, LGPL


Java Forums


jForumFusion looks simplistic but is implemented on Hibernate and Spring.  Not active currently.  Academic Free Licence (ok for us to sell). (5 links)

JavaBB looks good and is an attempt to clone phpBB, again built on Spring, Hibernate and Lucene.  Apache Licence. (29 links)

Yazd looks ok.  Apache Licence. (537 links)

mvnForum is rich and full of functions and is active. GPL Licence. (1110 links mostly 1 site)

jForum well featured and looking good (like phpBB).  BSD Licence. (1570 links)

jGossip new, built with Struts.  Mozilla licence. (15 links)


Java Wikis


XWiki Code is needs work. (682 links)

JspWiki  Core wiki functionality, well structured code, used by ObjectWeb and JBoss. (6,260 links)

SnipSnap Code needs work, but graphing macros are major feature.  Lots of other non-core wiki features (e.g. blogging) and seems to getting a high profile (60,200 links)


Java Issue Trackers


Scarab

itracker
J2EE & Spring/Hibernate based releases. Provides a very user friendly interface and rich of features to do customisation from the front end.

Jira

RT: Request Tracker

Roundup

Flyspray

BugZilla

Issue Tracker

Bosco

Elips

track (in python)

Attachments

    Outcomes