ACME is a small GNOME tool to make use of the multimedia buttons present on most laptops and Internet keyboards: Volume, Brightness, Power, Eject, My Home, Search, E-Mail, Sleep, Screensaver, Finance, WWW, Calculator, Record, Close Window, Shade Window, Play, Stop, Pause, Previous, Next, Groups, Media, Refresh, and Help buttons. It works on all the platforms GNOME supports (laptops and PCs). It uses either OSS or ALSA for Volume control.
ADIOS boot CD is a Linux live CD based on Red Hat Linux and a 2.6 kernel, with additional support for squashfs, unionfs, and SELinux. The CD can run from RAM, USB memory stick, or use FAT/EXT files for /var, or copy/install the CD to FAT/EXT files. The user can choose from KDE or IceWM. The user can start User Mode Linux (UML) virtual machines, each of which can start X. Each of the virtual machines can be networked via virtual ethernet switches and hubs. ADIOS requires at least 128MB RAM to run X11.
ADM (Asterisk Desktop Manager) aims to integrate your desktop with the Asterisk PBX and hardware IP phone by providing some useful features such as automatic on-call volume reduction, one click dialing (from the clipboard), CRM integration via a browser popup, BlueTooth presence detection and automatic call redirection when you walk out of the office, and transfer of the current call from the desktop.
The AMC Mail Client is a mail client striving to be a robust, fully gnome-compliant mail reader. However, the AMC Mail Client differs from other mail clients in that it attempts to utilize existing tools for mail retrieval, sending, and filtering, (fetchmail, sendmail/smtp, procmail). By not going through the process of reinventing the wheel, the AMC Mail Client starts out as a fully equipped client that inherits all of the features of these existing tools.
AWK address collection is a collection of scripts to extract information from a loosely formatted address file. It currently allows you to lookup addresses and phone numbers, list category members, list birthdates and ICQ UINs, automatically create a ~/.micqrc file with all ICQ users, and ~/diary with birthday reminders from the address database. It can be extended very easily.