UniPackage is an alternative to distribution-specific packaging systems like dpkg and RPM. UniPackage is a simple system that works on any Linux distribution. UniPackage packages are tar.bz2 archives which contain a self-contained "AppDir" which can be moved anywhere in the filesystem without disturbing the application's installation. In most cases, this packaging does not require changes to the application's code. The issue of dependencies is avoided by bundling all required libraries in the AppDir.
adesklets is an interactive Imlib2 console for the X Window System. It provides to scripted languages a clean and simple way to write great looking, mildly interactive desktop integrated graphic applets (aka "desklets"). It can also be used as a command line oriented graphics editor, a bit similar to ImageMagick, but with different functionality.
FullSync is a powerful tool that helps you keep multiple copies of various data in sync. It can update your Web site using FTP and SFTP, back up your data on the local disk or refresh a working copy from a remote server on your local drive using Samba, and much more. It features multiple protocol support, flexible rules, a scheduler, and many other features that give you a solid basis for nearly all situations.
AllTray is a program you can use on UNIX and UNIX-like systems, such as GNU/Linux or FreeBSD, running the X Window System. It is used to “dock” application software into the system tray (also known as the “notification area”). AllTray aims to be standards-compliant and work with any desktop environment/window manager+system tray combination that is also standards-compliant.
GoFun is an implementation of the Desktop Entry Specification found at freedesktop.org. It manages Icons that represent applications, links, and devices. So it is a desktop itself and can be used to start regularly needed applications and maintenance tasks. It is more than an application launcher, since it has many multimedia features and allows you to have a personalized desktop.
Bluemote helps you use your bluetooth-enabled T610 (or compatible Sony Ericsson phone) as a remote for your Linux PC. It includes mouse and keyboard emulation, events support, volume control, and a built in micro scripting language for menus. The menu displayed on the phone is highly customisable.
virtualDesktopTools is a set of tools for handling X Window virtual desktops. It makes it possible to switch the virtual desktop to the one indexed by a command line argument, and displays the number of desktops and index of the currently selected one. It should work with all EWMH-compliant window managers.
Univert is a Universal Unicode Converter, at least as universal as the Unicode implementation in Tcl 8.1 or later can manage on your computer. Univert will convert interchangably between the following formats: native Tcl unicode, hex bytes or words separated by spaces, decimal bytes or words separated by spaces, HTML entities, UTF-8/URL encoding, quoted printable with whatever the current encoding is, and C string with whatever the current encoding is.