windRose is a small application for PDAs connected to GPS receivers. It provides navigation information such as latitude, longitude, altutide, and course, distance measurement (odometer), landmark / trip recording capabilities, waypoint management, map rendering, and weather information retrieval.
wmii is the next generation of wmi. It is a highly customizable keyboard-and-mouse-driven X11 window manager that supports conventional, tabbed, and tiled window management with low memory usage and vi-like user interaction. Due to a complete rewrite, it is highly modularized and uses a new configuration and inter-process communication interface, which is oriented on the 9p protocol of the Plan9 operating system.
wsh allows you to execute commands on multiple machines in parallel. It is secure and fast, and even outperforms ansible. It works by having an agent live on the machine. When you run wshc, it sshes and execs wshd and sends commands over the encrypted channel. wshd executes the commands and sends the results back.
wtime is a command line utility providing a way to track time spent on arbitrary tasks. The program serves as a front-end for plain text files that hold time data. It provides a way to start/stop counting, display elapsed time, and display time spent in the selected time interval (defined by start and end date). The aim is to keep the program as simple as possible.
The xattr command lists, writes (sets), prints (displays), and deletes the extended attributes of file system objects. An extended attribute is a name:data (key:value) pairing arbitrarily associated with a file system object (e.g. file, directory, or symbolic link). The name of an extended attribute may be any null-terminated UTF-8 string. The data associated with it may be either textual or binary. This implementation of the xattr command is designed to be backwards-compatible with the Python script that shipped as /usr/bin/xattr in Mac OS 10.5.0 (Leopard).