gPS (graphical Process Statistics) is a system information applet based on GTK+. It displays the processes of one or more computers (like ps or top), allows killing, renicing, and signal sending, shows lots of details on selected processes, shows CPU/Memory usage and history graphs, and is capable of watching networked computers in addition to the local one. It also provides an easy way to send signals to processes based on their owners (uid), groups (gid), and string matching.
Mechapoint is a simple presentation program for playing slide-based presentations. It uses the Enlightenment project's Evas canvas library as its backend drawing system, which provides a lot of scope for creating effects. It also uses an XML file format which is (relatively) easy to write.
@1 Data Sorting Tool grabs contents from a text-based data file and sorts the data before tabulating it into an HTML table. Visitors can click on the title fields to re-sort the table in acending or decending order. It works with MS Excel/Access data files or any other tab/pipe/colon-delimited text files, and supports unlimited tables and sub-user accounts.
Unpack automates the process of extracting source tarballs to a fixed location. By default, it will extract the tarballs to either $HOME/src or /tmp. It first checks that the tarball will create its own subdirectory, and if not, unpack creates a directory based on the tarball filename. Unpack is written in Perl and was developed for Linux, but should run unmodified on most Unix-based systems, although a recent version of GNU tar is recommended.
GtkMathView is a GTK widget for rendering MathML documents. It is meant to be a standalone, light-weight component and not a full browser. GTK applications can use the widget as a window for displaying mathematical formulas and doing simple interactions. Among other features, GtkMathView includes support for breaking long mathematical expressions, rendering of stretchy operators, and provides a customizable support for additional fonts.