Embedthis Pak is a generic package manager for application components. It makes it easy to retrieve, integrate and manage components for applications. Pak manages dependencies for you and automatically retrieves dependent paks if required. The Online Pak Catalog provides tested, integrated componens that are designed work together. Pak makes it easy to publish paks into the catalog and uses GitHub as the back-end storage for packages.
menubuilder.lua is a lua program (requires libUseful and libUseful-lua) that builds root menus for window managers using both .desktop files and an internal database. Supported window managers are: blackbox, fluxbox. icewm, pekwm, mlvwm, jwm, twm, vtwm and ctwm. Icons are supported under icewm and jwm. menubuilder searches for icons matching a list specified for the app in the config-file, then by the program name and filename, then by the group that the program belongs to. A section can
Password management should be simple and follow Unix philosophy. With QtPass, each password lives inside of a gpg encrypted file whose filename is the title of the website or resource that requires the password. These encrypted files can be be organised into meaningful folder hierarchies, which can be shared with teams.
All window decorations are configurable, the basic idea is to have as much user-interface policy as possible controlled through the Lisp language. Despite this extensibility its policy is currently very minimal compared to most window managers. Its aim is simply to manage windows in the most flexible and attractive manner possible. As such it does not implement desktop backgrounds, applications docks, or other things that may be achieved through separate applications. All high-level wm functio
Shotwell is a photo manager for the GNOME desktop.
AfterStep is a window manager for the Unix X Window System. Originally based on the look and feel of the NeXTStep interface, it provides end users with a consistent, clean, and elegant desktop. The goal of AfterStep development is to provide for flexibility of desktop configuration, improving aestetics, and efficient use of system resources.
Password management belongs to the command line. Deep into the Unix heartland, the shell. With Steel your passwords are safe. Steel uses RIJNDAEL encryption in CFB mode with 256 bit keys. Steel is simple, Steel is advanced, Steel is adaptable. Steel is the new prophet of password management