WMLmMon is a system health monitoring applet for WindowMaker, which uses a kernel module to read the status of lm78/75 chips on most current motherboards. WMLmMon displays current CPU and motherboard temperature on systems equipped with such sensors. It has been successfully tested on the Supermicro p6dls board.
lwmenu is a TCL/Tk program that displays an application menu at the current X pointer position. It was written in order to scratch an itch--namely that lwm (Lightweight Window Manager) does not have a built-in application menu. It can be also used for other window managers that either don't have their own application menu (such as lwm) or don't currently have a menu-method written for the Debian menu system.
wmbday is a small dockapp that reminds you of birthdays. It can take an arbitrary number of birthdays, and will display the next four upcoming birthdays. By left-clicking a name, you can see the remaining days until the birthday. The colours of the background and the font can be customised.
wmmclient is a small Window Maker dock applet that connects to a specified MasqDialer server and prints out status information of the current dialup connection, if there is one. Its appearance is similar to the wmppp applet. Two buttons allow you to connect/disconnect to/from the specified mserver. LEDs tell you if you are connected to the mserver and if there's an active dialup connection. If supported by the mserver, the applet will print out some load information.
FvwmPlacement is a plugin module for FVWM2 (F Virtual Window Manager, Version 2). Its intention is to automatically place windows of programs that do not accept -geometry settings or similar mechanisms, or where the normal SmartPlacement setting doesn't produce the result you want