Quaqut is a simple program that queries Unreal Tournament 2004 (TM) game servers and retrieves information like those available while browsing servers in the game. That means information like server name, game type and current map, names and scores of players, and much more. It could also be extended to support other games.
AMIDI-Plug is a MIDI subsystem for XMMS, BMP, and Audacious. It processes MIDI files and sends their events to one of the available backends (currently ALSA, FluidSynth, dummy). With the ALSA backend, any hardware or software synthesizer, as long as it provides ALSA sequence ports, can be used to play MIDI with AMIDI-Plug. With the FluidSynth backend, AMIDI-Plug directly accesses the FluidSynth library for MIDI playback and sends the generated audio into effect and output plugins of the player. A dummy backend is also provided for testing and analysis purposes. Playback is fully functional: play, stop, seek, pause, song information are available.
gMUTOO is a service launcher/stopper/monitor that resides in the window manager tray. It is designed mostly to launch daemons (httpd, ftpd, sshd, etc.), but it can be used to start/stop almost anything. A monitored file (usually a PID file) can be specified for each entry of its launch menu. The status of this file (exists/doesn't exist) is monitored with Gamin (a FAM re-implementation). Changes in the file status influence the behaviour of gMUTOO, which displays the status of the service and allows quickly starting or stopping it.
pyWvDial is a simple and handy frontend for WvDial. It provides a graphical interface for configuration and execution of WvDial, with an output monitor and a system tray icon, and grants easy access to connection information such as IP address, DNS address, and interface used. pyWvDial is a multi-threaded Python program and requires PyGTK 2.12 or higher.