Bodhi is a minimalistic, Linux desktop distribution that uses Ubuntu as its base and Enlightenment as the default window manager. Bodhi can be used on modern hardware or older hardware. The minimum system requirements are a Intel 300mhz processor or faster, 128mb of system RAM, and 1.5gb of free disk space.
Booktype makes it easier for people and organizations to collate, organize, edit, and publish books. Delivering frictionlessly to print, lulu.com, and almost any ereader, Booktype facilitates collaborative production processes, with no more lost manuscripts, overwritten Word files, awkward wikis, or cumbersome CMSes.
CensorNet Professional is a Web filtering and Internet management tool that is designed to protect, control, and monitor individuals accessing Internet resources on a local area network. It features the ability to control users and machines, group policies, time quotas, realtime content filters (by file extension or image/MIME type), modules, comprehensive reporting with audit trails and management reports, access schedules, and bandwidth limitations. Transparent authentication with Active Directory is available for ease of deployment. Administration can been done using a Web interface.
Chev is a sane by default vulnerability check script that checks NIST and US Cert RSS feeds for a short list of software that you configure. It has two levels of priority, warn and critical, which allows for easy use with Nagios as a stand-alone script or in a cron job. Just add strings for your major pieces of software and chev will tell you when a vulnerability has been released.
ClassicMenu Indicator is a notification area applet (application indicator) for the top panel of Ubuntu's Unity desktop environment. It provides a simple way to get a classic GNOME-style application menu for those who prefer this over the Unity dash menu. Like the classic GNOME menu, it includes Wine games and applications if you have those installed.
CryptBackup is an encrypted backup application for Linux desktop users. It allows even a layperson to backup their home directory (including the desktop) on an encrypted external device with just a few clicks. Even the setup is only to choose the external device (such as an external hard drive) and to set a password.