xmms-crossfade is an output plugin for XMMS. Its main feature is automatic crossfading. It also removes the gaps between tracks, to play whole MP3 albums without any audible interruption. xmms-crossfade supports OSS via a builtin driver, and any other platform by using existing output plugins. As of version 0.3.9, the Audacious media player is also supported.
Tiara is a BIOS replacement that boots an unmodified Linux kernel directly from the disk or the ethernet on any SiS 530/5595 Motherboard. It supports auto-sizing of memory and cache, PCI, IDE, VGA, SUPERIO, ENET, SOUND setup, and init. It supports the console on the std VGA(530) or via the SERIAL port(6801) from powerup, includes a Forth interpreter in flash and some diags, and fits nicely in 128kb of flash.
emlog is a Linux kernel module that makes it easy to access the most recent (and only the most recent) output from a process. It works just like "tail -f" on a log file, except that the storage required never grows. This can be useful in embedded systems where there isn't enough memory or disk space for keeping complete log files, but the most recent debugging messages are sometimes needed.
napMan is an infobot that provides you with a real time glimpse into the current state of the worldwide network of nap servers that are based on either the closed source Napster protocol or the Open Source opennap protocol. It displays a list of all the nap servers and current statistics for each server (users, number of MP3 files, gigabytes), and provides the ability to ping individual servers and check the network lag time, a facility to save the list of servers and statistics to a file, and the ability to refresh statistics for individual servers or all the servers.