I grouped the projects in four categories: alive, new, half-dead, and dead. I call a project “alive” if it provides some code, “new” projects are projects created recently, “half-dead” projects posted at least one news item, but no code, and projects are “dead” if there was no activity at all.
Let’s start with the projects which are alive:
Selling Made Simple: A shopping cart. There is an alpha version available as download and the project also has its own website: http://sellingmadesimple.org. I am not sure whether this project is still on CakeForge, at least on the website it points to SourceForge.
Lviv_Pizza: An application to manage a pizza restaurant. For learning purposes.
People manager: A contact manager.
eddyTicket (ticketing system): As the title says, a ticket management system.
BAdaptive CMS: A CMS.
Project Manager: A project manager.
And last, the projects which seem to be dead:
TinyCart: Shopping cart.
Business Directory: Business directory with user reviews and comments.
OpenID for CakePHP: OpenID plug-in.
Cities Gallery Management: Application to manage galleries.
Gestor de Tareas: Task management application.
ScratchR: social media repository: Community-driven media repository.
KSV Noordergouw: Website for an association.
xbaseinc: A demo application.
FooBuzz Event Manager: Event Manager application.
SpaceBake: Tool to manage online game alliances.
Collaborative Data Store: Data management application.
As always, good luck to the projects which are alive, hopefully you get a lot of downloads ;-)