KNOPPIX is a bootable CD with a collection of GNU/Linux software, automatic hardware detection, and support for many graphics cards, sound cards, SCSI devices, and other peripherals. It can be used as a Linux demo, educational CD, rescue system, etc. It is not necessary to install anything on a hard disk due to on-the-fly decompression.
wmnetload is a network interface monitor dockapp for Window Maker. It is designed to fit well with dockapps like wmcpuload and wmmemmon. It tracks whether the interface is functioning and displays current network interface throughput, along with an auto-scaling graph of recent network activity (the graph separates upstream and downstream traffic load cleanly without resorting to colors).
wmweather displays your current local weather conditions. After supplying a 4-character METAR station identifier code (most major airports have one), it shows station ID, time of the last update, temperature, dew point, pressure, humidity, and wind speed. The various entries can be forced to display in a variety of different units.
The goal of the General Applet Interface Library is to give programmers a simple yet powerful applet interface. This library supports wmapplet/dockapps, GNOME 2 panel applets, and ROX panel applets. The applet programmer doesn't have to care about where the applet will be used, since the library handles that. Over 50% of the code in a dockapp and a GNOME 2 Panel applet does only one thing, setting up the applet window. With GAI, this can be reduced to just a few lines of code.
Allin1 is a little dock applet for FluxBox and similar window managers. It monitors CPU load with a moving graph, memory and swap usage with histograms, battery and power status with histogram and icons, ethernet/PPP interfaces with icons and histograms (linear or logaritmic), filesystem space, and Seti@home progress.