X Persistent Remote Applications (xpra) is "screen for X". It lets you run applications remotely (like ordinary X or VNC), but unlike ordinary X, these applications are "persistent" if you lose your connection, or even if you want to switch to another computer. Also unlike VNC, they are ordinary applications on your desktop managed by your window manager, not trapped in a box.
bbkeys is the keygrabber for the Blackbox window manager. bbkeys handles all keybindings and keyboard shortcuts for Blackbox. It uses Blackbox's Image classes for rendering its look and feel, so bbkeys will draw itself to match whatever Blackbox style is used. It is highly configurable via the bbconf GUI utility, the included bbkeysconf.pl perl script, or via hand-editing bbkeys's config file.
larswm is a modified version of the 9wm window manager that adds virtual desktops, automatic window tiling, and many other features designed to make it a highly efficient user environment. One of the design goals is that you should never have to manually shuffle windows around on the screen. Another is that it should use as little CPU time, RAM, and screen space for itself as possible.
Ice Sound Manager was designed to ease the management of sound events, sound themes, and the IceSound server in the IceWM window manager. It is also intended to be an improvement upon the noble but primitive icesndcfg. The main improvements over icesndcfg include a support for sound event "themes", more comprehensive help, easy management and configuration of the IceSound server, a cleaner GUI interface, automatic starting of the IceSound server, and a more conservative approach to disk space usage.
dwm is a fast and simple window manager for X11. It manages windows in tiled and floating layouts. Either layout can be applied dynamically, optimizing the environment for the application in use and the task performed. Windows can be tagged with one or multiple tags. Selecting certain tags displays all windows that are accordingly tagged. dwm is the little brother of wmii.
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.