Guayadeque is a music player that aims to be easy to use and fast even for huge music collections. It allows you to automatically or manually download covers, easily organize the music library, edit the ratings of the tracks, add labels to the artists, albums, and tracks, listen to shoutcast radios, download lyrics, show artist information based on last.fm content, and more. It includes a simple, built-in tag editor with picture support.
TOCC is a Tool for Obsessive Compulsive Classifiers. It implements a file system that uses tags instead of folders, allowing you to classify files however you want. For example, you could tag photos by location, people, and technique (e.g. black & white, HDR). Finding files is as simple as running a query like "give me all files tagged photo and my-love".
Every five minutes, Tumblefile copies all files on your Desktop to a folder such as ~/Documents/2009-07-July/25-Saturday, prepending a timestamp (like 20090727.1645) to the filename. Meanwhile, its little window sits in the system tray. It is a way to automatically keep your Desktop cleared and files organized.
sortsamples is a utility that solves the problem of having many sample CD/sample library directories with each having kick, hi-hat, snare, etc. folders (leading to sampledirectorychaosmadness). With many sample directories, you ll be slapped around many directories hunting for kicks/hi-hats etc. This utility creates symbolic links to directories which are similar. This way, you can have all your kick. It was made because external Sample organizing utilities can also become a pain, because usually your DAW also has a sample browser in it. It would be nice to have structure at the source: the filesystem. This is a crazy effort to combine similar folders and categorize automatically.