Launch is a menu for favorite applications and documents. Installing Launch creates a folder in the home directory called "Aliases". Any number of documents and shortcuts can be placed in there and arranged in a hierarchy of subfolders. At login, Launch scans this directory, and creates a menu in the status area from which these files can be opened instantly. There are no other options or features in the menu; just exactly what is found in "Aliases" at login and no more.
Linux Automation Tool allows GUI automation on Linux and adds accuracy and speed to your repetitive tasks. The GUI is easy to understand and the application is natively compiled for Linux. You do not need Java or anything extra to run this Linux Automation Tool. The software is supported with video tutorials and a customer support team. 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the software application are available.
MinuteMan is a work time tracking utility. For multiple employers, you can track time for multiple projects, track to-do lists, and generate reports. You can clock in/out, add time intervals by mouse, edit time intervals, add notes, view a colored bar graph of time intervals, and see a display by week or month.
Perl modules are notated in many different formats: "Foo/Bar/Baz.pm", "Foo::Bar", "Foo-Bar", etc. Module-Format allows one to take a list of modules in any format (including mixed ones) and output it in a consistent format that can be input to an installation program or an information querier.
Opensort is general purpose sorting software that aims to be a fast and easy solution for the sorting of large or small data-sets and data manipulation in general. It is still in the early stages of development and lacks many of the advanced features its commercial counterparts have. For the moment, it only provides a simple command line interface and a C library other programs can use to cover some basic needs for data sorting.