Pathalizer is a tool for visualizing the paths most users take when browsing a Web site. This information can be used to decide how to improve the navigation of the site, and for determining which parts are most worth improving and keeping up to date. It generates a directed, weighed graph from an Apache log, but could easily be modified to analyze any list of events.
NetHogs is a small 'net top' tool. Instead of breaking the traffic down per packet type or per subnet, like most similar tools do, this groups bandwidth by process, and does not rely on a special kernel module to be loaded. So if there's suddenly a lot of network traffic, you can immediately see which PID is causing this, and, if it's some kind of spinning process, kill it.
Notion is a tiling tabbed window manager for X. This means the screen can be freely divided into tiles that contain the client windows. Multiple client windows can occupy the same tile; in that case they will be tabbed, much like browser tabs. This way, windows will not overlap and it becomes easier to manage your screen real estate. Its functionality can be configured and even extended with Lua scripts. Various scripts are available, such as for NetWM features and multihead support.
Re: More wish list (there's always more)
> "public" mode (poss. alternate URL) for
> publishing group calendars
A public calendar is now supported
> Mouseover popups with event notes
Mouseover now shows the event description
Re: More wish list.
> but how about beeing able to synchronize
> with a PDA like Palm Pilot ??
It supports exporting to various formats: iCalendar, vCalendar, 'pilotidatebook CSV' (palm pilot) and 'install-datebook' (palm pilot).
I have only tried the first (iCalendar), and that works fine.