wmmenu is a "dock application" for Windowmaker that provides a button bar to launch applications from. The bar opens automatically when the mouse enters the button. Multiple instances of the program can run at the same time; each one provides a menu that it reads from a separate file, so you can have as many different menus as you want.
tcsysmon is a dock app that monitors Mem/Swap/DiskIO/Uptime and displays blinky lights for your interrupts and page in/outs. Its goal is to display as many real-time system statistics as possible with a minimum of CPU usage. It includes MMX routines for faster updates on newer CPUs.
CTWM is a highly-configurable window manager based on the classic TWM window manager. It supports xpms, multiple workspaces, advanced icon managment, animated icons and backgrounds, 3D titles and borders, etc. It offers rudimentary Gnome support and is backwards-compatible with TWM.
kdelnk2wmaker is a converter which outputs data suitable for inclusion in Window Maker's menu from KDE links. The major difference from other such tools is that this one supports i18n and can output application names in your favourite language (if that information is included in the kdelnk file).
WMAMP is a media player designed for the Window Maker dock. wmamp-applet implements the dockapp user interface for a generic media player. Because the user interface is completely separated from the playing functions, it is easy to write a new media-playing backend, sharing the common look & feel. wmamp-freeamp is an implementation of the wmamp_player for the FreeAmp digital audio player. It compiles just like a standard FreeAmp UI plug-in using wmamp-applet.