Detroit is a POSIX platform abstraction layer for creating small and portable desktop applications. Detroit offers simple widgets, even more simpler menu system and extensible DSL language in its core.
FPM is an incomplex software package build tool. It can import distribution files simply from source directories or zips, and generate RPM, DEB, TAR.GZ, Solaris packages, or OSXpkg from there. It also provides unified command line options for defining dependencies or add common meta attributes.
The WendzelNNTPd is a IPv6-ready NNTP usenet-server with the main goal to be as easy to use as possible. It is portable (Linux/*BSD/*nix), supports AUTHINFO authentication, contains ACL as well as role based ACL and supports invisible newsgroups. It currently supports MySQL and SQLite backends.
The xwrited utility displays write(1) and wall(1) messages as desktop notifications. A notification daemon compliant to the freedesktop.org Desktop Notification Specification draft needs to be running in order to display the notifications.
WMND is a dockapp for monitoring network interfaces under WindowMaker and other compatible window managers. WMND can monitor multiple interfaces at the same time, sports several display modes and can also monitor remote interfaces through SNMP.
Ctalk is an object oriented extension to C which adds features like objects, classes, and methods. There are primitive objects for integers, floats, but also for data/time handling, complex collection types for lists, arrays and dictionaries, or system events like SignalEvents and user InputEvents, and graphics objects like Panes, X11Bitmaps, X11Cursors, and X11Fonts.