Rippix is a fork of ripperX, a fast and easy to use CD ripper. While ripperX does a good job of ripping and encoding songs from a CD, it uses a rather outdated user interface. Rippix tries to fill this gap. This includes porting Rippix to GTK+ 3. Additionally, a lot of deprecated code will be rewritten and documentation will be added. The reason for a fork is that after some hacking on the ripperX code, it appeared that more modifications were necessary in order to port to GTK+ 3 conveniently than what could be appreciable by ripperX devs, like removing all the XPM images (including the logo) from the UI.
notification-thing is a full-featured implementation of the Desktop Notifications Specification. It is not tied to any specific desktop environment, and is focused on features like rate-limiting and flexible filtering to minimize distraction and noise ratio in a transparent way, without silently dropping anything ever.
Privacy Manager for Zeitgeist is a graphical user interface which lets you easily control what gets logged by Zeitgeist. It supports setting up blacklists according to several criteria (such as application or file types), temporarily stopping all logging, and deleting recent events.
Screen Message displays a given multi-line message as large as possible, fullscreen and black on white. You can specify the text when launching sm, or edit it while the program is running. It is useful to send messages across a room (e.g., during a university lecture). For fast startup, it is recommended that you bind it to a key in your Desktop Environment.
Voody Blue Subtitler is a suit of programs that allows you to manually synchronize a text file with a video stream, thus creating a subtitles file. It consists of a master client (to do the sync), a slave client (projector), a relay server, and a configuration utility. It runs on Linux and Windows (all except the relay server), supports video output via GStreamer (Linux and Windows) and MPlayer (on Linux only), and supports GTK+ 2 and 3 (decided at compile time).