Numerology Widget is a simple to use tool for numerological analysis. Numerological analysis is not limited only to personal names and birthdays. It can also be used for the analysis of a company name, date of the establishment of a company, the name and date of a special event or occasion, etc. Numerology Widget features name numerology, calculation of key and subkey for a given date, description of basic and compound numbers (up to number 52), automatic matching/harmony analysis between keys and names, a table of matching/harmonic numbers, and full numerological reports that can be emailed or printed.
The Launcher is an innovative GNOME panel applet or stand-alone application launcher automatically adapting to your habits. The ultimate goal is to make it possible to run any application with as few clicks as possible. This means tracking your favorite applications, and not forcing you to mark or organize them by hand. Preferences change with time, and The Launcher responds to that automatically. It delivers a simple, clean, and usable interface with advanced features like 'search as you type' and 'smart search', and requires zero configuration effort. It should be especially handy on touch screens and in keyboard-only scenarios.
Paperbox is a document browser. It lets you nicely view your ebooks, office and text documents and organize them by tags. Relying on Tracker, it is able to instantly discover all documents on your desktop and present them in a convenient way. Tags and other metadata are shared across all Tracker-based applications.
The TMX Localization Editor allows for the viewing, editing, and saving of localization data in the TMX open standard. Based on locale4j and written in Java/Swing, it is a quick and useful tool for localizing applications. Currently, the editor implements the TMX 2.0 draft specification.
Rally is a software component with a user interface which allows a user to install, update, and remove packages on RPM based operating systems. Primary functions (downloading software packages from network repositories and their installation) may be performed in parallel. The user interface is split into two independent parts: a graphical one and a command line utility. The graphical interface contains package searching and category browsing functions. Rally assumes the Fedora project as a reference platform.
Paragent is a Web-based tool for IT administrators that provides a unified service for hardware and software inventory, alerting, remote desktop, and help desk functions. It delivers these tools in an easy-to-use interface, with one-click access and site-wide built-in advanced search capabilities. It is a combination of applications, including Lisp-based servers collecting data, C++ agents on the client machines, and Java tools for the remote desktop component. Paragent runs on Linux servers and supports Windows clients.