Preferences Hide and Seek is a utility that groups together all the options that actually exist for GNOME preferences, but are usually hard to find or are just plain hidden from the user. This utility makes it possible to create a simple data file to expose gconf-based options to the user. It was created to allow usable access to the hidden application options buried within gconf.
mcelog is a daemon to handle machine check events (hardware errors) on x86-64 machines running an x86 Linux kernel. It accounts and logs CPU and memory errors, supports triggers on error thresholds, and can predictively offline memory pages and CPUs based on error trends. This daemon should run on all x86 Linux systems that want to handle hardware errors.
Jaikoz is a powerful tag editor that allows you to organize, edit, and correct thousands of audio tags with ease. Jaikoz has powerful automation features. Jaikoz uses MusicBrainz and MusicIP, online databases of over 5 million songs, which can match your songs automtically based on the actual music as well as the metadata. Jaikoz uses a convenient spreadsheet view to allow you to edit information very quickly and provides many autoformatting tasks which do most of the work for you.
Joystick control is a simple tool that lets you control popular media applications using your joystick. All you need to tell it is which joystick device you want to use. Optionally, you can specify priorities for your applications so that when one is not running, the program automatically directs joystick commands to the running application highest on the list.
@-Tension CMS is a content management system which features XHTML strict compliance, a WYSIWYG HTML editor, complete accessibility (WAI compliance), flexible user and rights management, in-place authoring/administration via a Web browser, comprehensive built-in access statistics, and human-readable URLs.