The AVR-1 Programmer Utilities for Linux is a set of command line tools designed to program the Atmel AVR series of 8 bit RISC microcontrollers. It was originally written to control the "AVR-1" programmer manufactured by ITU Technologies, but its usefulness has been expanded to include the Atmel STK200 programmer.
LineControlTime is a server which allows you to control which users can connect to the Internet through your server. It is based on Stefan Fuchs's LineControl, and it features a 'Time Control' feature which uses a MySQL database to store the amount of time left for each user. The authentication mechanism is based on PAM. Users can also be authorized or refused according to the current time. It works with ISDN or analog lines.
X-Launch is a GTK based skinnable run dialog. It has bash style autocompletion, skin support, and animations to let you know when a slow application is launching. It can function like other run dialogs, but you can also tell it to stay resident in memory and hide itself after it launches an application.