localcast is designed for Mac users who want to be able to resume podcast downloads after an error or unexpected sleep, something that iTunes cannot do by itself. Systems without iTunes can use localcast as an alternative to bashpodder. localcast depends on Mac OS X personal Web sharing and on wget. With localcast, interrupted downloads can be resumed, because wget fetches the podcasts. Podcasts appear fully integrated in iTunes just as if localcast was not in use.
Pyjama is an (unofficial) client for Jamendo, the free music community. It helps you to browse through Jamendo's database in order to find new albums. You can stream the music, create playlists, sort the albums by rating and tag, rate each track, and star albums you like most. An integrated Firefox instance helps you to interact with the Jamendo community.
BlindTux is a musical quiz game. The goal is to identify the artist, title, or year of a song by choosing an answer from among 4. The maximum number of players is 4. For now, it is played with the keyboard, but soon players will be able to choose with controls they want: keyboard, gamepad, or maybe buzzer.
morituri is a CD ripper that aims for accuracy over speed. Its features are modeled to compare with Exact Audio Copy on Windows. It features support for MusicBrainz for metadata lookup, support for AccurateRip verification, support for cdparanoia, detection of sample read offset of drives, the ability to test and copy a rip, the ability to detect and rip Hidden Track One Audio, templates for file and directory naming, and tagging using GStreamer. Currently, it only supports lossless encoding and only has a command line client.
playerdo is a script for controlling a variety of different media players from a single command line interface. It is intended to be used with keyboard shortcuts, especially the media keys (play/pause, next, etc.) found on many keyboards. It automatically detects which media player is running and tries to do the right thing.
Pogo is probably the simplest and fastest audio player for Linux. Its elementary-inspired design uses the screen-space very efficiently. Pogo is especially well-suited for people who organize their music by albums on the hard drive. The main interface components are a directory tree and a playlist that groups albums in an innovative way.