wiggle is A utility that applies conflicted patches intelligently. When 'patch' fails, wiggle often can succeed by ignoring changes to the original file that are not relevant to the patch. The result should always be reviewed, as wiggle cannot notice semantic changes that are important.
wiipdf is a tiny tool to present a PDF using xpdf and your Wiimote. You start it by providing it the bluetooth ID of your Wiimote (use hcitool scan to get it) and the path to the PDF you want to present. wiipdf then tries to connect to your Wiimote (press buttons 1 and 2 at the sime time on your Wiimote to enter discoverable mode). As soon as the connection is established (usually 3-4 seconds), wiipdf launches xpdf with the given filename. You can now press A or B on your Wiimote to go forward or backward one slide. Pressing the home button ends the presentation. Each keypress is confirmed by a short rumble.
wmii is the next generation of wmi. It is a highly customizable keyboard-and-mouse-driven X11 window manager that supports conventional, tabbed, and tiled window management with low memory usage and vi-like user interaction. Due to a complete rewrite, it is highly modularized and uses a new configuration and inter-process communication interface, which is oriented on the 9p protocol of the Plan9 operating system.
winfo is a small utility to display information about an access point and the wireless connection to the access point. Currently it is a console application and reports the MAC address of the access point, link quality, network name (BSSID), the network type (managed or ad-hoc), and displays a list of non-hidden networks within range.
wmCalendar is a calendar dockapp with a monthly view and an interface to iCal-based calendars like Evolution or Mozilla. It features Gregorian, Persian, and Islamic calendar support, moon phases, variable start of the week, popup detail info about a day's events, and app.launcher.