awm is a custom window manager. It's small, functional, and fast. It is based on dwm and is just ~1800 lines of code. It is based on the workspace concept, but the space is two dimensional. Each time you move to a new, unvisited workspace, a terminal window is automatically launched, emulating TTYs' behavior. You can delete an entire workspace, killing all the windows launched in it. You can even delete an entire dimension, deleting all the residing workspaces. To resize a window, you just Alt+RightClick on any point of the screen, and the window will immediately resize. The windows can be ordered on the fly with the tiling algorithm of dwm, and then restored. This is useful to get a quick glimpse of the current workspace. A proc-like interface can be used retrieve information from awm.
WMixer is a complete OSS mixer solution in dockapp form factor. All channels are supported, stereo channels balance can be adjusted, and main recording source can be set. Volume can also be adjusted using the mousewheel on newer mice, the mixer automatically updates if another program changes mixer channels, and it uses very little CPU time. There is also an "On-Screen-Display" feature to visualize current volume using a TV-like volume bar.