Dpsyco is a automated system to distribute system configurations to several computers. It is written mainly for the Debian distribution but should be portable (without too much difficulties) to other distributions or Unixes as well. It consists of a number of shell scripts to perform the desired actions. With it you can handle users, add ssh-public-keys, patch the system, update things using cfengine, install files (overriding other package files), and more.
Debarchiver is a simple version of the official Debian archive tool katie. It sorts packages in a way similar to the potato archives. You can use it for publishing test versions or alternative packages, or simply to sort the programs you have created. It can also generate the Packages and Source files needed by apt.
TcpCat is a very lightweight TCP utility. It takes an IP address and a TCP port as argument, connects to it, and gives the result back to stdout. It was written as a lightweight version of netcat. As such, it works like the Unix cat command, but instead of displaying a file it displays the result from a TCP service.
The best wm ever!
I must say that raster and mandrake have done an excelent window manager. Cool! And the thing I like most is that it is fully GNOME compiliant. It does not use as much memory anymore, almost better than windowmaker. There is also an e-conf util, which have the same good look. Nice work! I use it with GNOME (which will give you the possibility to minimize ;)