Lion's Launchpad on Leopard and Snow Leopard
Beta 5 is available NOW! Every applications you need, In only one place. MacLaunchpad is a tiny App that brings "Launchpad" feature to early OS X versions. With MacLaunchpad there is no need to hunt for a application through Applications folder. It automatically detects every installed application and add them to a beautiful Apps screen. MacLaunchpad allows you to set a App as a favorite, search for Apps and remove Apps: everything simple and fast. A System Preferences Pane lets you to set every feature of MacLaunchpad the way you want: custom keyboard shortcuts, custom screen corners behavior and even custom screen items amount. MacLaunchpad includes Uninstaller and a quick reference guide. Compatible with OS X 10.5.8 (Intel only) and 10.6.x.
Task manager iOS style (Beta 0.5.1)
TaskBoard brings the simplicity of iOS to your Mac. Access all your running tasks with simple keystroke combinations and with a five fingers multitouch gesture. TaskBoard is specially useful when you are using many fullscreen apps at the same time. Swap between active tasks or kill tasks with a single click. New on Beta 0.44 - Global multitouch gesture; - Main performance issues fixed; - Preview option removed; - Scrollbars display fixed; - Monitor app performance issues fixed; - Mouse gesture removed. New on Beta 0.44.1 - Multilingual Application identification issue fixed; New on Beta 0.5.1 - New System Preferences Pane; - Vertical and Horizontal tray style; System Requirements: -OS X 10.8 or later;
Track your work in OSX Lion+
Acitvity Tracker is a small menubar application which continuously collects the current active window title and the time the window is active. You can filter, save or export the collection to CSV, XML or HTML files. The application is a useful tool for developers to track the time spent on projects or similar activity.
Crosos is a SubLinux Distribution
Crosos is a open-source OS. It is based on the Linux Kernel and mostly uses the same code in Ubuntu (but it has been derived from Debian)