Gronk is a Web-based MP3 jukebox. It generates heavily-hyperlinked Web pages listing all of your ripped CDs, by extracting information from CDDB data. These Web pages allow easy selection of songs or albums to play, and when nothing has been explicitly selected, it selects songs randomly. Playback is done via either XMMS or mpg123.
ppmcaption adds text to PPM, PGM, or PBM images. Multiple blocks of text can be placed on the image, with varying fonts, font sizes, colors, transparency, and alignment. Any BDF font file can be used for the text. The advantage of using this program instead of a pipeline of PBM filters is that ppmcaption is much faster and easier to use.
GSendMail is a simple, standalone mail composition tool using the GTK+ toolkit. It allows you to fill in From, To, CC, and Subject fields, and compose a text/plain message in a fixed-width text area with word-wrapping. It does some sanity-checking on typed addresses, but beyond that it is frill-free (no HTML, no attachments, no address book). This program makes it possible to click on mailto: links in Mozilla/Netscape installations without the mail component.
Light Lab is a hybrid GTK/OpenGL program for experimenting with the OpenGL lighting model. It lets you set the colors and positions of three GTK light sources and watch the effect they have on a simple 3D scene containing a rotating sphere, cube, tube, cone, or teapot, with an optional texture map.
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I love how the Freshmeat chowderheads always rewrite my release announcements. Please note that where I said, "Workarounds for recent Perl Unicode braindamage", they changed the technical term braindamage to the weasel-word "issues". Screw you guys.
Commenting here, since I don't see your email address on your page anywhere...You should port these to X so that they can be used as a display mode of xscreensaver. There are already xscreensaver modules that do some of these effects, but not all of them...