wmCalendar is a calendar dockapp with a monthly view and an interface to iCal-based calendars like Evolution or Mozilla. It features Gregorian, Persian, and Islamic calendar support, moon phases, variable start of the week, popup detail info about a day's events, and app.launcher.
E-Notes is an application delete, create, and configure your notes. The configuration can modify all properties of a note, like the border, title, text, colors (text and background), background image, font, padding, transparency, window attributes, shading, and defaults. An alarm can also be set for each note, and it works with the Enlightenment epplet and Window Maker dockapp.
wmsystemtray is a system tray using the freedesktop.org system tray protocol that was implemented as a Window Maker dock app. It has the ability to display more than one dock window to make room for more tray icons, and the ability to scroll through the icons if more are present than will fit.
libDockApp is a simple library for easily writing Window Maker dock applications, also known as dockapps (those that only show up in the dock). It is very limited and can only be used for dockapps that open a single appicon for each process in only a single display, but this seems to be enough for most, if not all, dockapps.
WMpop is a Window Maker dock app that monitors a local (mbox format) or POP3/APOP mailbox to inform you when mail arrives. It displays the amount of mail in the mailbox (or unread mail if checked in the preference screen), a scrolling text with the email address of the senders (only for local mailbox at the moment) and a status led, indicating mail checking progression and errors. It can be configured and personalized (icons and sound) via a GTK+ GUI.
wmnet polls network statistics and does a few things with the data it gets. It has small blinking lights for the rx and tx of ip packets, a digital speedometer of your tcp/ip stack's current speed and neatest of all, a bar graph like xload et. al which has a tx speed graph from bottom-up and rx speed graph from the top-down. The speedometer keeps track of the current speed per second and shows it in a color corresponding to which of rx or tx that has the highest speed at the moment.