Resize Image Nautilus Script is a Bash script extending Nautilus, the GNOME file manager, to easily resize images using ImageMagick, e.g. to create files suitable for sending by email. The script resizes selected files to the given pixel width/height and saves them with the same file name in a new sub folder (e.g. "1024px"). Existing files in the resize target sub-folder will not be overwritten. Different sizes can be directly chosen in the Scripts sub-menu of a file's context menu.
Camea is an utility for managing WINE using a set of "Glasses" in which the user may store Windows programs. It supports program isolation and provides access to multiple WINE versions in a "Cellar", either by compiling on the fly or by downloading binaries. Common WINE configuration tools like winecfg, regedit, and winetricks are provided via a unified graphical interface, which can configure an individual "Glass" containing your programs.
Rescatux is a GNU/Linux rescue CD that comes with Rescapp, a nice wizard that will guide you through your rescue tasks. It can restore Grub to the MBR update a Grub configuration, perform filesystem checks, fix a Windows MBR, and more. Features that can indirectly assist the rescue process include chat programs to let you reach human online help, a share log (automatic pastebin), and a share log that uses formatting appropriate for posting on a forum.
Pride combines bash scripts, zenity, and the Android tools to create a fast and simple POSIX alternative to Eclipse for Android development. For ease of use, it comes with a menu.xml for use with the medit editor, but it can be used from the command line or with any editor that makes exec calls, such as Emacs or Vim.