xseg (eXtented SErver Grapher) is a server monitoring tool. It can check whether your server's services are alive. Its output is written to an HTML file. xseg can check the services on both local and remote machines. xseg can also run user-defined shell commands and write the stdout of these commands to an output file. This makes xseg very flexible, since you can write your own shell scripts and xseg will run them and capture their output.
TkDgen is a Tcl/Tk GUI front-end for DGen, an emulator of the Genesis video game console. It displays a list of available ROMs, and it can display a game screenshot when a ROM is selected in the list. It also helps you manage tips, graphic files, and hex codes for individual ROMs.
SLglade is a S-Lang module that provides S-Lang bindings for the libglade library. Used in conjunction with SLgtk, it allows users to design a GUI with Glade (a GTK+ user interface builder), save the interface description in a Glade XML file, and then generate the S-Lang script's graphical interface directly from the XML at runtime.
Sunbeam and moonshine are a KDE kicker panel applet and application pair that are intended to be used (together or in isolation) as an alternative to the current kicker panel. Apart from this, the functionality of the software has been somewhat extended to enable features like file and application search and browsing facilities, favourites, a window list, and desktop access.
Algoscore is a graphical environment for algorithmic composition, where music is constructed directly in an interactive graphical score. The result is output to MIDI and CSound. Graphical objects are placed in a timeline and connected together. Some objects are fully dependent on user data, while some are generative and reacts on input from other objects. It is highly customizable and extensible with the Nasal scripting language. It has a non-realtime perspective where the composer can relate freely to time and construct the composition outside of time. This makes AlgoScore more like a traditional sequencer in this regard, but a graphical algorithmic sequencer with powerful and flexible scripting capabilities.
IronBox Linux is a Linux distribution based on Linux From Scratch and designed for usage in high security server environments. Its main goal is to ensure a stable and secure deploy where patching and system upgrades do not depend on security bugs, but on the task team schedules and the needed features of the system or the software it runs.