Gnometoaster is a full CD creation suite for X11 and GNOME. It can be used to copy and create data, audio, and mixed mode CDs on the fly or with precaching in both TAO and DAO mode. Data tracks can easily be created with the built-in file manager. GNOME drag-and-drop is supported throughout the program. Gnometoaster can also write MP3 files on the fly, is fully multisession capable, and can be used to encode all sorts of filetypes directly from audio audio tracks on a CD.
GNOME Transcript is an SQL database client with a plugin system that supports multiple database servers. It features a powerful and easy-to-use table designer, different table designers for different database servers (based on the plugin system) to exploit the maximum the capabilities of each server, the ability to drop and browse your tables easily, and the ability to open multiple connections at the same time, and the ability to edit the contents of tables.
GNOME is the GNU Network Object Model Environment. This project is building a complete, user-friendly desktop based entirely on free software. This desktop consists of small utilities and larger applications that share a consistent look and feel. It uses the GTK as the GUI toolkit for all GNOME-compliant applications.
Libgda is a (relatively small) database access library. It provides a wrapper like ODBC but with more features for accessing several database engines, a general data model for use with CSV or XML files, a metadata extractor that retrieves information about database objects in a common way, and a SQL console application (like mysql, psql or sqlite3 consoles).
gnome-find is an easy-to-use, but powerful, graphical version of the GNU find utility. It features a default, no-nonsense dialog for use in most commonly specified searches. Additionally, a second, more detailed and advanced dialog is available to specify more powerful search parameters.
Gnome-GCJ is a set of GTK+ and GNOME bindings for Java. It compiles with the GCJ compiler (part of egcs) and uses the GCJ runtime library libgcj. GCJ is capable of compiling Java source code to native machine code, which makes Java code almost as fast as C++ code. As the interface between Java and GTK+, CNI (Cygnus Native Interface) and C++ will be used instead of the more traditional JNI and C. This means that support for other Java runtimes has been sacrificed in favour of GCJ and its faster CNI.