Arista is an easy-to-use multimedia transcoder for the GNOME desktop. It focuses on the goal of transcoding media, namely the devices you wish to play the media on. It is designed for use by people who are not familiar with audio and video encoding and want an easy way to get multimedia to their devices. It supports input from DVD and V4L devices as well as regular files.
Conky Images Display is a program that displays the cover of the song currently playing. At the moment Rhythmbox, Amarok 1.4 and 2, and exaile are supported, but support for others is planned. It can also download missing covers. CID is fully configurable thanks to a simple configuration panel.
Scrupp is a 2D engine that uses OpenGL for hardware-accelerated visualization. All of its functionality is exported to the Lua programming language. Using Scrupp means writing Lua scripts. It features support for movies and networking and enables run-time image creation using Cairo.
g13 is a Linux-only library to interact with the Logitech G13 driver. This library provides several sublibraries including libg13, libg13mm, libg13-cairo, libg13-gtk, and libg13-gtkmm. These libraries provide functions and classes for browsing G13 devices through udev, setting the backlight color, establishing keymaps, and drawing on the G13 framebuffer device.
CairoForPHP is an application that demonstrates several functions of the Cairo implementation for PHP. It uses a technique with which, from the same source, it can run both as a desktop application with PHP-GTK and as a Web application, thus demonstrating how PHP-GTK can be used as "just one" method of output and integrated into multi-platform, multi-environment applications. The samples in CairoForPHP are fully adjustable, and code can be "dropped-in" easily in the non-Phar versions: all required additional data interfaces are XML-based. The integrated samples come both pre-rendered and in live rendering, demonstrating both abilities of Cairo here and PHP-GTK's utilization with Cairo in the realization of it. CairoForPHP uses several technologies in order to achieve all this, such as XML-based data interfaces (including XML Schema validation), PHP-GTK, Phar compatibility, Gettext integration, and others.