If a USB mouse is declared the core pointer, X won't come up without it, AllowMouseOpenFail notwithstanding. If it has SendCoreEvents set, xmodmap pointer = ... will no longer remap its buttons, as it only works on the primary pointer. xmootmap is a bare bones command line tool that lets you remap buttons on secondary pointers, and is aimed at laptop users with funky mice. Intended use is mostly from ~/.xinitrc.
UidSEC is an LSM (Linux Security Module) that extends the standard UN*X "resource protection" model by adding some features useful for untrusted multiuser systems. It can deny usage of dmesg to unprivileged users, hide processes of "other users" to unprivileged users, deny access to /sys and /config to unprivileged users, and protect usage of the bind() syscall using UidBIND.
U-lite is a lightweight Linux distribution based on Ubuntu and which features LXDE. Its goal is to be an easy-to-use distribution that is light enough to breathe life into older computers and to make newer computers look as fast as they actually are. This distribution's management is run on a democratic model where users and developers work closely to improve the project.
DJ Swing Suite provides some components and utilities that are often needed or greatly help the creation of rich Swing user interfaces. The components include, among other things, combo buttons, tri-state check boxes, links, extended label (selectable/multi-line) and text/number fields with support for validation, notification tips, formatters, and masks. The utilities bring features like auto-scroll with middle mouse click, automatic fitting of table columns, and conversion of wildcard expressions.
HTMTEX reads hand-coded ASCII HTML documents with embedded TEX-like islands (backslash-escaped symbols, inline math, and displayed math). It writes Unicode HTML documents with UTF-8 encoded symbols, and span- and table-formatted math. The converter itself is a customizable sed script. Visualization is regulated by a customizable stylesheet file.