etcd is a distributed key-value store, used as shared cluster configuration backend. It automatically elects a master server, allows dynamic config data with optional TTLs, provides a JSON API over HTTP with TLS and long polling, uses the Raft protocol for distribution. It's the basis for CoreOS, integrates with fleet/systemd, and thus also provides service discovery.
This program allows users to configure Qt5 settings (theme, font, icons, etc.) under DE/WM without Qt integration.
Apache GUI provides a web-based management interface for the Apache HTTP server, implemented in Java and works on Linux and MacOS or Windows setups. It aids editing, searching and validating Apache configuration files, enabling modules, or to edit hosted files through an inline editor, traversing and searching server logs, view or graph statistics and transactions.
Unsettings is a graphical configuration program for the Unity desktop environment that lets you change some oft the Unity settings. You can use Unsettings to change the themes for GTK, window manager, icons and cursors. But it doesn’t support the installation of new themes. With Unsettings you can switch off the global menu and the overlay scrollbars used in Unity. In addition to just applying the settings Unsettings lets you to save your settings into and load from a text file (JSON format)
libcfg+ is a C library that features multi- command line and configuration file parsing. It is possible to set up various special properties such as quoting characters, deliminator strings, file comment prefixes, multi-line postfixes, and more. It supports many data types such as booleans, integers, decimal numbers, strings with many additional data type flags (such as multiple values for a single option).
Privacy Indicator is a notification area applet (application indicator) for the top panel of Ubuntu’s Unity desktop environment. The goal of Privacy Indicator is to make it easy to change settings that influence the user’s privacy or the automatic collection of data and to delete automatically collected data.