Mapagi is a pagination utility that prints your images/comics in 'in folio' format. To produce a book printed in folio format, the sheet of paper is folded once, producing 2 leaves. Each leaf has 2 sides, the recto (front) and the verso (back). Page size format is "Tankobon", probably well known to anime/manga fans.
The Montage FR-1 slide printer driver allows you to use a Lasergraphics Montage FR-1 slide printer attached to your Linux box via the generic SCSI interface. The core program takes a PPM file as input and causes the printer to expose a slide with that image. Additional scripts are provided to embed the core program into the BSD printing system. This allows you to expose any PostScript file, and to actually print to your slide printer.
Moonshiner is a graphical frontend for Ghostscript's PostScript-to-PDF converter. While Ghostscript (and its wrapper ps2pdf) is a very powerful instrument, it is quite challenging to use its parameters on the command line, especially if you often change the settings as to what kind of color conversion, image resampling, etc. you want Ghostscript to perform. While the author has never used Adobe's Distiller, and thus cannot really compare the two, Moonshiner (as the name suggests) is supposed to be a work-alike for the Linux world (at least GUI-wise, as the actual work is of course done by Ghostscript).
The NetBSD Ppbus Project aims to remedy some of the shortcomings of the current printer driver by porting to NetBSD a more modern implementation of parallel port support in FreeBSD called ppbus. It allows faster modes of operation, IEEE 1284 support, and a generic abstract layer that multiple devices such as printer, PLIP (parallel port Internet protocol, similar to SLIP), and Zip drives. It allows bidirectional communication and an abstract parallel port interface that devices can attach to: the many chipset implementations of the parallel port will only have to provide this common interface.
The OMNI printer driver provides support for over 450 printers using the Ghostscript framework. In addition, it provides a model for dynamically loading printer drivers and creating new devices by editing device description files, and simplifies new printer driver development by allowing for the subclassing of previous device features.
OOo Label Templates is a collection of blank label templates for Openoffice.org Writer. It includes CD, DVD, mailing, address, disk, and many other types in a5 and US letter size. Templates will work with Openoffice.org installed on Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, Mac OS X, and Windows. Import graphics and insert text boxes to create labels. Templates can be saved as user templates for mail merge. Set up is fast, and printing labels from these templates is easy. The project entails refining the templates to make them more user friendly, developing a package of templates for Draw, and mail merge solutions for Base involving MYSQL and Crystal Reports applications.
Optar is a software codec that generates 2D bar codes for data storage on paper using a black and white laser printer and scanner. It fits 200kB on an A4 page, uses Golay forward error correction codes to ensure reliability, and can also be used to store data on photographic film.