GNOME Clipboard Manager (GCM) makes copying and pasting easier and more productive. It will automatically synchronize the mouse selection (the primary selection) with the clipboard (the clipboard selection) and store the contents of the clipboard, making it possible to go back to a previous clipboard. You can save and load clipboards, edit them, and convert them to another format.
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.
The wmctrl program is a command line tool to interact with an EWMH/NetWM-compatible X Window Manager. It provides command line access to almost all the features defined in the EWMH specification. It's possible to, for example, obtain information about the window manager, get a detailed list of desktops and managed windows, switch and resize desktops, change the number of desktops, make windows full-screen, always-above, or sticky, and activate, close, move, resize, maximize, and minimize them. The command line access makes it easy to automate these tasks and execute them from any application that is able to run a command in response to some event.
Goodgoat Linux is a simple to use Linux distribution that can be run from a USB drive, hard drive, or CD-ROM. Rather than overwhelming users with a multitude of applications, it aims to have the best utility for each job. In addition to including the latest software, it makes it easy to share a computer's hard drive over a network.