EvRouter reads events from the Linux input layer, and acts on them according to a user-specified set of rules. Currently, EvRouter can map events to X11 key and button presses, XMMS commands, and it can also run shell commands. EvRouter is intended to help legacy applications understand modern events such as mouse wheel movement and special keys on keyboards. It also offers hotkey-like functions, and can help existing modern applications deal with events that, for one reason or another, X11 is unaware of (as long as they are accessible through a Linux event device).
MailListStat is a tool that generates useful statistics for email archives stored in the mbox format. It will show the top 10 authors, most successful subjects, and more. It also prints graphs showing the number of messages written during different hours of the day, days of the month, and days of the week. The output is in text format suitable for mailing. It also produces output in plain text or HTML format, includes a PHP wrapper, and supports cache files. It is mainly useful for mailing list archives, producing tables and graphs, and supporting different output languages.
Bibgrep indexes and efficiently searches BibTex files. Its usage is similar to the command grep and the queries use a Google-like syntax. Bibgrep will create an index for each BibTex file it touches, and keep the result within "~/.bibgrep.idx" (by defaults). It watches the modification date and the size of the original BibTex file, and will update (and delete) its index as needed.
Projectory is a platform-independent, Web-enabled project management tool designed to track software projects through all phases of the development lifecycle. It tracks effort expended by developers across multiple teams, projects, and activities, and is suitable for small or large software development groups. Projectory provides accurate metrics of current development activity and lets you mine historical data to improve estimation on future projects.