Screen-shooter is a Gnome applet which sits on your panel and allows you to take screenshots at the click of a button. By acting as a frontend to the import program supplied by ImageMagick, it uses the power therein to provide support for a gazillion file-types with adjustable compression. Two buttons are provided, one for an entire desktop screenshot, and one for selecting individual windows or dragging to select rectangular areas. It also supports command substitution in filenames (for date stamps, etc) and has a number of further options. Screen-shooter is still under development, but version 0.8.2 is believed to be stable.
KOssMixer allows a user to control the hardware mixer of a sound card. It self-adjusts to the available mixer controls provided by the user's hardware and driver combination. KOssMixer provides a few unusual features not found in other mixers, including the ability to hide unused mixer controls and to rename controls to reflect their usage rather than be constrained to the generic name provided by the driver.
StreamGate is a proxy server for MP3 streams written in Java. With StreamGate, you can define multiple streams that will be streamed to the clients in your network. The advantage is that you'll save lots of bandwidth when you have several clients that listen to the same streams. StreamGate is working "on demand" and uses no bandwidth when no clients are connected.
Raggier is a plugin-based raytracer that supports XML format scenefiles, POV-Ray, and Polyray scenefiles. Other facilities planned include Lindermayer Systems (L-Systems), AVI/OGM (Ogg Vorbis)/Matroska animations, and a Perl/PHP Web interface. Raggier uses the Libtrace library, modified with various fixes to get it to compile using gcc 3.x and to improve the results. The modified version is called LibTraceMod and is available in the CVS.
Menu Buddy currently comprises a couple of Python scripts for creating GNOME panel menus from a directory hierarchy of music files. These menus can be used to play or enqueue songs in XMMS, as well as pause or skip XMMS. These scripts are not terribly powerful yet, but there is potential for a signficantly more flexible system of menu-creation that allows automatic construction of many different kinds of menus based on directory hierarchies.