Chakra Linux is a Linux distribution that combines the simplicity of Arch Linux with KDE. It is fast, user-friendly, and extremely powerful. It can be used as a live CD or installed to hard disk. Chakra is currently under heavy and active development. It features a graphical installer and automatic hardware configuration. Chakra provides a modular and tweaked package set of the KDE Software Compilation with a lot of useful additions. It features the concept of half-rolling releases and freshly cooked packages and bundles. It is designed for people who really want to learn something about Linux or don't want to deal with administrative overhead.
The Crow Designer is a visual editor for building graphical user interfaces. Interfaces are saved in files of the GuiXml format and may be involved in applications by means of the GuiLoader library. During editing, the following instruments are available to a user: a palette of GUI controls, an object tree, an editor canvas, and a hierarchical property explorer. The property explorer allows you to work with nested objects and arrays as well as with several selected objects simultaneously. The designer uses widgets of the GTK+ library as a GUI control kit.
GNOME Word of the Day is a GNOME applet that displays a new vocabulary word each day. No one likes to be lost in a sea of unknown words. With this applet, your vocabulary will evince perennial growth. It's a must when preparing for the SAT or GRE tests and for improving both reading comprehension and writing precision. It sits in the panel as a whole word or as a small icon. You can retrieve words from a selection of online sources and automatically cycle to a new source every few hours.
Haiku (formerly known as OpenBeOS) is an operating system designed from the ground up for desktop computing. Inspired by the BeOS, it aims to provide users of all levels with a personal computing experience that is simple yet powerful, and free of any unnecessary complexities. It aims for source and binary compatibility with BeOS R5.
Hayes is the playlist for Noatun that attempts to be efficient for those users with large directories full of music, especially directories futher organized by album. For these users, Hayes should be more efficient in speed and memory than the usual playlist. Plus, the playlist is updated in realtime as the directories change on-disk, so playlist maintenance is no longer an issue. For everyone else, Hayes has some nice features, too: full integration with the KDE global "MetaInfo" system for generic handling of tag information, a fully KDE-standard user interface, proper shuffle behavior with a history, multiple sort modes (including a drag-reorderable custom sort), and nifty checkboxes that let you turn particular files or directories on/off. Two-way Konqueror integration adds convenience to playback and file management. All playlist data is stored in .directory files, which are easily readable and reusable by other applications and tools.