Sstat is a kernel module for Linux 2.6 aimed at providing basic SCSI I/O statistics. While better tools exist for monitoring disk activity, SCSI (or Fibre Channel) tapes have been neglected so far. This module compiles out-of-tree and uses Kprobes to access the information needed so it can be used with "enterprise" kernels as well (where recompilation or rebooting are not acceptable).
xSite generates static XHTML and CSS Web albums from image directories, making use of JPEG/EXIF comments in the images instead of external databases. It will also generate an RSS 2.0 feed for the resulting album. xSite is not a photo management tool by itself, so must use something else for tagging, editing, and organizing your images. The project's goals are simplicity, ease of use, and standards compliance in the output.
Rxlogd is a receive-only syslog server (collector) that can coexist with sysklogd. It features simplicity, ease of use, and a built-in DNS cache for high performance. The intended audience is users of enterprise systems stuck with sysklogd, or administrators who don't need more complex syslog server solutions.
GCalert will access all your Google calendars and display alarms via libnotify for whenever you have alarms set for each event. These alarm widgets do not receive focus (and thus do not take keyboard input away from other applications), yet are clearly visible even on a cluttered desktop.