Requires Postgres as its back-end database.
Written in a programming language called Crystal.
Filestash lets you easily manage your data regardless of where it is stored: FTP / SFTP / Git / S3 / Minio / Dropbox / Google Drive
Graphical file manager. Lets you create mountable shared drives on a server for collaboration. Plugin architecture so it can be customized. Has its own text editor. Tries to run on as many platforms as possible, from desktop to mobile. Tries to be lightweight.
k3s is intended to be a fully compliant Kubernetes distribution with the following changes:
Legacy, alpha, non-default features are removed. Hopefully, you shouldn't notice the stuff that has been removed.
Removed most in-tree plugins (cloud providers and storage plugins) which can be replaced with out of tree addons.
Add sqlite3 as the default storage mechanism. etcd3 is still available, but not the default.
Wrapped in simple launcher that handles a lot of the complexity of TLS and options.
Minimal to no OS dependencies (just a sane kernel and cgroup mounts needed). k3s packages required dependencies
CNN, only, as light as possible.
Build beautiful, responsive, readable interfaces. Lightweight, only 14k in size. Looks easy to use.
Txti is fast web pages for everybody. Most of the world still does not have internet, but many websites from countries like the United States are big and complicated. This makes it hard for people with slow internet to use these sites. It is even harder for those people to put their own thoughts on the internet. With txti, anyone can use any device to share their story.
Bottle is a fast, simple and lightweight WSGI micro web-framework for Python. It is distributed as a single file module and has no dependencies other than the Python Standard Library.
LemonGraph is a log-based transactional graph (nodes/edges/properties) database engine that is backed by a single file. The primary use case is to support streaming seed set expansion. The core of the graph library is written in C, and the Python layer adds friendly bindings, a query language, and a REST service. LemonGraph rides on top of (and inherits a lot of awesome from) Symas LMDB.
Brutaldon is a client for Mastodon. You can use it to log in to any Mastodon instance from any browser, including text browsers such as lynx. You do not need a separate brutaldon account to use it. Brutaldon will authenticate you to your instance.
A single-file database administration utility written in PHP. Supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MS SQL, and Oracle database servers. Formerly phpMyAdmin. Seems to let you do everything you could do from a database shell. Session-aware. Has plugins for a number of popular web apps to help you fix their databases should you need to. Easily themeable, just drop a new CSS file into the directory Adminer is installed in.
A lightweight implementation of the server side of the Mumble protocol. Intended for use on embedded systems, but should compile just fine on full OSes. It specifically runs on Arch Linux and NetBSD, anyway...
Multibit is a lightweight Bitcoin client written in Java and known to run on Windows (32-bit and 64-bit), MacOSX, and Linux. Source code is on Github, installers available. Lightweight - does not locally store the Bitcoin blockchain.
Jekyll is a static blog implemented using Bootstrap meant for use by developers and designers. It was specifically designed to be deployed as a Github Page for development projects. Has an online installer. If you need something fast and easy, this is a good possibility.
No database. Uses Git on the back end.
Cozy is just what it says on the tin - it's a personal cloud that you access with your web browser. It has a contacts app, a feed reader, bookmarks, photo album, chat client, calendar, notepad, music player, and more. An appstore is planned for the near future. Easy to set up, you can even do it with cut-and-paste. Lightweight enough that you can run it on a RaspberryPi or Linux on a USB key if you want.
A simple looking kanban written in PHP. Has the usual reporting and analytics features (including charts and graphs). Supports exporting stuff to different formats. lightweight. Supports plugins and integrations. Aims for simplicity. Multiple views, search function. Easy enough to run solo. Uses markdown. Use email to start new tasks in a project. XMPP and Slack aware. MFA enabled! Has its own API (https://kanboard.net/documentation/api-json-rpc)
A super lightweight distro of Linux designed for security. Designed with power users in mind. Simplicity. Uses musl libC and Busybox. When used for containers, tops out at 8 megs. A minimal install to disk is around 130 megs. Uses APK packages and OpenRC for its init system. Kernel uses GRsecurity and PaX for hardening. All packages are compiled with hardening.
Python module that uses sqlite as the back-end for storing hash tables. Rather than working with a dict, you instantiate a copy as mydict or something, and it works the same way. Multiple hash tables can be stored in the same file. Useful so you don't have to figure out how to do it yourself, I guess?