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Wide central management operaiting system.
Snaglepuss("Exit stage left!!!") is an ambitious project that aims to be the GIMP of multimedia authoring.
GNU/Linux support for still image devices conforming to PIMA 15740 (Picture Transfer Protocol).
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A Gnome-based game in which you train, raise, and battle virtual monsters.
GIPMSG is WinPopup-like communication tool that works over TCP/IP. GIPMSG is a complete GNOME/GTK+ program, with full GNOME applet support. Using GIPMSG is easier than e-mail and requires little setup.23 weekly downloads
GNOME-Mud is a Mud Client for X11. It features Aliases, ANSI support, Triggers, an AutoMapper, multiple connections, plugins, a color saver, a command divider, and the ability to save connections1 weekly downloads
A GNOME game to let you try to solve crossword puzzles. It aims for simplicity in use.
rcalc is a fast and light symbolic calculator for the GNOME desktop environment. It aims to occupy the middle ground between simple point-and-click calculators and full featured mathematical packages.6 weekly downloads
Gnome xsu is a Gnome/X11 tool which allows users to run commands as root after prompting for the root password.4 weekly downloads
A complete cd recording environment written in Gtk with optional Gnome Support. supports TAO and DAO recording using cdrecord&cdrdao, free file selection using a comfortable built-in filemanager or optionally any gtk draganddrop compatible external progr
A gnome panel applet to display stock quotes and graphs.
This is a Gtk+ based "Windows network neighbourhood browser" but uses shell scripts to do the samba-client output parsing.26 weekly downloads
A quote database management script for X-Chat written in Perl.
Yank is a simple notekeer and todo-list manager using the gnome and gtk libraries. It feels stable and usable enough to be released to the public but it surely lacks some (not so important) features which might be added later.
yourSQL is a relational database server entierly written in c++, which is an EPITA (Ecole Pour l'Informatique et les Techniques Avancees) school project. It will be very modulable and uses own new libraries as libyourserver.
Originally written by Paul Vixie in 1986 and distributed through mod.sources, "display" is a program which will repeatedly execute a command and display the output through curses. The purpose of this project is to maintain and extend display.
Gnome UI to interface to a Rio500 using the librio500 library
VoiceChat is a multi-user internet telephone which will use GSM or CLEP audio compression.
gmmusic is a free and powerful music collection management system for Gnome. You can handle your complete music collection, consisting of songs, which are stored on records, CDs, minidiscs, video and audio tapes. gmmusic fully supports freedb protocol
GNOBB is a fully functional user-friendly calendar system for X Windowing System, particularly for GNOME.
PyGtk Widgets for advanced display of tree structures
pykte is a simple text editor with support for unicode.
Configure Nethack using the familiar \\\'./configure\\\' command that the GNU tools have made so popular. No more having to edit Makefiles or config files. This is a complete distrubition of the latest Nethack (minus bugfix patches that haven\'t been i
sauté is a recipe organizer/cooking aid. It is designed to be 1) easy to collect, store, catagorize, and retrieve specific recipies, 2) able to handle thousands of recipes, and 3) visually appealing. Please see the doc section for more info.
Discussion, design and implementation of Chris J Date's and Hugh Darwen's Tutorial D relational database language and management system.