GTransferManager (gtm) allows the user to retrieve multiple files from the Web. These files can be retrieved in multiple parts, and each part retrieved on a separate session when the user is connected to the Internet. This is most useful to users with dialup connections. The program performs these tasks using wget as its backend.
gxmlviewer is a stand-alone XML viewer written using GNOME-libs, and GTK. It also comes with a Netscape 4.7x plugin that attaches itself to the text/XML MIME type, and will display the xmlviewer inside the Netscape window. The displayed XML looks very similar to the Internet Explorer model, where you see the source view with collapsable nodes. It has a bonobo control for the XML viewer, which can be embedded into any bonobo compliant application. Note: An extras project has been created that currently contains a command line XML formatter tool.
lookuplet is a GNOME utility that allows you to easily enter search terms (it automatically grabs the X selection when invoked) and then press a key combination which will cause those terms to be substituted into a URL which is launched using your preferred Web browser, or to be substituted into a command line which is invoked. It is rather useful for things like dictionary lookups, Web searches, map lookups, etc. The idea is to shave seconds off of queries that you find yourself doing all of the time. Though it uses the GNOME libraries, it doesn't require that you be running the GNOME desktop environment.