ComicMaster is a CBR/CBZ reader for comic archives. It is able to open CBR and CBZ archives and display image contents. It allows you to add and remove single images, reorder images, and rename images in archives. It has some functionality to verify archives, and provides means to conveniently sort archives in a different folder. Those features are fairly well tested. It allows you to load a database plugin to manage comics in a PostgreSQL database, and it allows you to add meta-information in XML format to archives. The implementation of these features is currently sketchy at best.
GSTorrent is a Bittorrent client/server system. A daemon program handles all the file transfers as a Bittorrent client. The GSTorrent daemon also acts as a server for an external GUI client. The objective is to have a relatively small Bittorrent client, which runs on a small computer without a graphical interface and to control this server from a different machine. An example of this type of architecture is the mldonkey client/server system for the edonkey protocol.
I am no so sure if this really is that stupid. Suppose you are a system administrator, who wants to keep up-to-date with different shells. I once knew how to work with the csh, ksh or tcsh. Since for quite some time I am working more or less bash only, I now have tremendous difficulties when I have to take one of the other shells. Something like vfsh might have prevented that. But I still don't want to use it. ;-)