IMGV is a cross-platform image viewer. It includes many standard and unique features such as a GUI that doesn't get in the way of viewing your images, a file/directory browser, slideshows, zooming, rotating, on-the-fly EXIF viewing, gamma correction, histograms, fullscreen support, wallpaper setting, the ability to view 4 images on the screen at once (and even slideshow them), adjustable thumbnail sizes, image playlists, viewing and downloading images from Web sites, movie playing, file searching/filtering, multiple directory loading, transitional effects, image hiding with password protection, and more.
Lazyread auto-scrolls files or command output to the screen. It features different scroll modes, configurable scroll speed and colors, the ability to pause, the ability to search, and more. It can render text, HTML, PDF, gzip, tar, zip, ar, bzip2, MS-Word, nroff (man pages), binary executables, directories, .deb, .so, .rpm, piped output from other programs, and more. It's an auto-scroller, pager, and e-book reader all in one.
msn-bot is a MSN Messenger starter bot that connects to the MSN Messenger service and sends a message to whoever you specify. The Python code is platform-independent and extremely easy to read. Along with the bundled Protocol Specification, it is a great way to learn how to write your own MSN Messenger applications.
portell is a program that allows BSD users to view the description as given in its pkg-descr or pkg/DESCR file for a specific package. If you want to know what the program "foo" is, then you can type "portell foo" from any directory, and portell will instantly dump its description file to your display.
Pydiction consists of a plugin and a Python script that allows programmers to tab-complete their Python code in Vim by generating a dictionary file of Python modules, and their attributes and methods, for use with Vim's completion feature. It comes with a default dictionary containing the entire Python standard library, keywords, and many 3rd-party modules like PyQT4, Pygame, Twisted, OpenGL, wxPython, PyGTK, MySQLdb, and more.
vtwatch automatically switches the active virtual console on your Linux system in a loop, acting as a virtual terminal surveillance monitor. The speed at which they switch is configurable, and it is possible to input a search string, which you are notified about if it is found on a console.
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imgv imgv has finally become good enough that I now use it as my main image viewer and I'm going to continue developing it to keep it that way. Also, you Windows users don't forget stand-al...
links For a lot of people, running X is something they only feel the need, or want, to do when they need to use a web browser. Links saves the day for people who wish to stay in their sacred consol...
mmm mutt mutt is the king of unix MUAs. I recommend reading the muttrc manpage immediately from top to bottom and crafting the perfect .muttrc file for your needs.