Toga is a semi-condensed derivative of a very well known set of TrueType fonts recently contributed to the free software community. Toga Sans is meant to serve a similar role to MS Tahoma, i.e. an easy to read font that doesn't take up a lot of screen space. Toga Serif is more like Georgia or Bookman. Per their license, the original fonts and their creator's name may not be used to promote this project.
PalmFontConv is a collection of command-line utilities to manipulate Palm fonts in both v1 and v2 formats. Currently, there is a converter that converts between afnx, nfnt (low, high, or both densities), NFNT, and text editable formats, and another converter that converts Type 1/TrueType/BDF/PCF and other formats supported by FreeType2 into the text editable format, code for generating Plucker and PalmBible+ compatible anti-aliased fonts. There are also a bunch of GUI shells for generating font packages for Plucker, PalmBible+, Fonts4OS5, and FontSubst.
acoc is a regular-expression based colour formatter for programs that display output on the command-line. It works as a wrapper around the target program, executing it and capturing the stdout stream. Optionally, stderr can be redirected to stdout, so that it, too, can be manipulated. acoc then applies matching rules to patterns in the output and applies colours to those matches.
Fontlinge searches for font files, sorts them into folders by name and look and with human readable names, stores gathered font information in a database, generates previews and posters, finds and removes duplicates, and reunites PostScript font families. Also, Fontlinge has a Web interface to browse through your fonts. It shows detail previews and font info, provides font download as a tarball, and has the possibility to sort fonts.
The pfbtopfa utility converts PostScript Type 1 fonts in the PFB binary format into the ASCII PFA format used by X and other Unix PostScript Type 1 font uses. It can be used to convert font files, or it can be used as a traditional Unix filter, reading its input from stdin and writing its output to stdout. It can also be used as a combination of the two: read from stdin, write to a file, or read from a file, write to stdout.