cencode encodes a stream or a file into quoted c-string escape sequences, suitable for use directly in C code. It is a universal alternative to dedicated export formats like XPM, unportable resource forks, linker flags, and Windows resources where dynamic loading of external data is not possible or undesired.
dl is a file exchange service that allows you to upload any file to a Web server and generate a unique ticket for others to download. The ticket is automatically expired according to the specified rules, so that you don't need to keep track or cleanup afterward. dl also allows you to grant an anonymous, one-time upload for others to send you a file, without the requirement of account management. dl is usually installed as a replacement for email attachments due to its simplicity (though it can be used in other ways).
facedetect is a simple face detector for batch processing. It answers the basic question: "Is there a face in this image?" and gives back either an exit code or the coordinates of each detected face in the standard output. It aims to provide a basic command-line interface that's consistent and easy to use with software such as ImageMagick, while progressively improving the detection algorithm over time.
"fgallery" is a static photo gallery generator with no frills that has a stylish, minimalist look. It shows your photos, and nothing else. There is no server-side processing, only static generation. The resulting gallery can be uploaded anywhere without additional requirements and works with any modern browser.
fIcy is a command line icecast/shoutcast stream grabber. Its goal is to cleanly and automatically rip a stream into user-customizable files. It will work with any ICY-compatible stream, allowing you to either to save the stream to disk, pipe the output to a media player, or both.
garith is a game similar in spirit to BSD's "arithmetic" or TuxMath. The game asks you to perform a simple arithmetic operation within a certain time frame. It improves your skills by stressing the operations you get more frequently wrong or that longer to answer. The statistics are saved/restored across games, so that each game is tuned for your current arithmetic abilities.
tblutils is a collection of several utilities for working with tabular text files: data written in plain text, with one row per line and columns separated by a common character (usually TAB or semicolon). It complements the usual Unix tools like cut and paste by providing enhanced versions that support column labels through-out, so that you can extract columns by name (tblcut), filter data using a mathematical expression (tblfilter), re-order columns without caring about the column index (tblcsort), join multiple files on a common index without having to pre-sort them (tblmerge), and much more.
trend is a general-purpose, efficient trend graph for "live" data. Data is read in ASCII format from a file or continuously from a FIFO, and is played in real-time into a multi-pass trend (much like a CRT oscilloscope or a strip chart). trend can be used as a rapid analysis tool for progressive or time-based data series together with trivial scripting.
*GOD*, I *HATE* FM3. It can't be any worse, and that's almost on par with "softpedia". FM2 was the only decent resource for OSS.