Aside from creating things for the web, I also am involved in a bit of improv comedy. Performing has led to me running tech for shows, which includes lighting and music, hosting, etc.
We use a wonderful piece of open source software at my theatre called QLC+, which allows us to create light scenes, and trigger them using a software panel. Since there are other companies that use the theatre, each one has their own workspace file to contain their own scenes. This process works great, until say a light is replaced and has a different configuration, or one company creates a really good looking scene that another group would like to use.
In QLC+, there's no built-in way to share scenes between workspaces.
Looking into the
.qxw workspace files, I noticed they were simply XML files. Armed with this knowledge, I built this QCL+ Scene Importer. Select a source and a destination file, then from the source file, select the scenes you want to add to the destination. Give the file a new name at the bottom, and voila!