Pronounced SY PIE, like "sirius python", sipie is a command line player for Sirius online Internet streaming. It requires a login to Sirius's streaming, and both guest and subscriber logins are supported. Streams are entered on the command line or selected interactively. Tab completion of stream names is supported. You can change streams without restarting (and thus without reauthenticating) by hitting CTRL-C while a stream is playing.
e2 elements is a flexible and modular application development framework optimized for embedded systems. Through a component-based architecture and the strict separation of implementation and interface, the framework encourages reuse and improves backwards compatibility. It is portable over a wide range of environments, but with low memory footprint and an emphasis on simplicity. It is particularly well-suited for constrained environments like uCLinux. Dynamic loading of components and statically-linked applications are possible.
degtodec.sh is a script which does conversion between decimal numbers and degree values (degrees, minutes, seconds, or hours, minutes, seconds). Possible input methods are interactively, by parameter, or directly via stdin. It can be used, for example, for geographical conversions or for special astrological calculations.
GtkEveMon is a skill monitoring stand-alone application for GNU/Linux systems. It is written in C++ and uses GTK for the GUI. You can monitor your current skills and your skill training process without starting EVE-Online, but (of course) you still need a working Internet connection.