symTone is a dual cursor image manipulation program that allows users to easily and intuitively edit their digital photos using two mice and two cursors. symTone requires that the user plug in two extra three-button USB mice (in addition to their laptop touchpad or their desktop mouse). Mice with a scroll wheel as the middle mouse button will work fine. Only the PNG file format is currently supported.
xbmsd is a file sharing daemon that uses the Xbox Media Streaming Protocol (XBMSP) supported by the Xbox Media Center. It also supports the XBMSP Server Discovery Protocol (XBSDP). Its main features are mapping files to arbitrary local files or HTTP files/streams, support for filetype-specific, "synthetic" mplayer configuration files, and support for filtering files with arbitrary programs, which can, for example, re-encode media files on the fly.
RACE (Remote Administration in distributed Computing Environments) is a library framework (and will be a set of applications) to aid the system administrator in deploying software and configuration updates to a large number of client computers. The administrator can easily treat intercommunities and respect differences between the individual computers. RACE uses RPM for package management, but it is designed to be easily extended for other package managers.