Blyte is a program for writing movie screenplays. Compared to a normal word processor, it is easier, faster, and more efficient for writing scripts, since it knows how scripts are put together. It can thus predict what you want to do next, automatically find errors, format the script correctly, and much more.
Jentchina is the client library part of "The Birds Lake" framework. It is independent of any graphical toolkit. Its role is to create the filter trees, to maintain them, and to propose an API that enables the application of a filter the easiest way possible (while remaining independent of any GUI). The Birds Lake is a big framework for applying a filter on a document using a remote filter server.
The cpufrequtils package consists of a library which offers an unified access method for userspace tools and programs to the CPU frequency and voltage scaling (cpufreq) subsystem in the Linux kernel, the "cpufreq-info" and "cpufreq-set" tools to determine and set cpufreq settings, and debug tools helpful if frequency scaling doesn't work as expected.
Bluemote helps you use your bluetooth-enabled T610 (or compatible Sony Ericsson phone) as a remote for your Linux PC. It includes mouse and keyboard emulation, events support, volume control, and a built in micro scripting language for menus. The menu displayed on the phone is highly customisable.
Dispatch Software is a Web-based dispatch system that makes it easy to keep track of your vehicles and what they will be doing each day. It allows you to export the daily schedule to a printable spreadsheet file for your drivers to take on the road. All units can be viewed on one page for faster scheduling. Dispatch drivers can view their schedules ahead of time for better planning and time management.
virtualDesktopTools is a set of tools for handling X Window virtual desktops. It makes it possible to switch the virtual desktop to the one indexed by a command line argument, and displays the number of desktops and index of the currently selected one. It should work with all EWMH-compliant window managers.
KeyWatcher is a daemon that monitors events from the Linux input event system and can perform actions based on certain events. Multimedia keys like play, stop, and mute can be made to do what they say. A GUI configuration utility called keyConfig is included, though the daemon itself does not require X.