Gnome Chinese Checkers is an implementation of the the Chinese Checkers board game. It uses a client-server model. One person starts a server and all players (including the one who started the server) connect to it from their clients. Both the client and server are packaged into one application. The game supports upto three human players. Currently computer players (bots) are not supported. This game uses the Gnome libraries.
GCipher is a simple encryption tool to work with home-
grown encryption algorithms. It can run as either a
GUI, a command-line application, or a network proxy.
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gevas is a GTK+ widget that wraps Evas. gevas also adds some default handlers so that the EvasObject wrappers can have default policies attached, for example, a double click or drag policy.
wpicker-applet is a color picker applet for the
GNOME2 panel. It is most useful to Web
developers. It allows the user to pick a color
from the screen and place it into the clipboard in
#rrggbb format. It supports a history of recently
Informant is a set of utilities for keeping a user informed
of events. It consists of an informant, which is the means
by which the user is alerted to the occurrence of the said
event, and a number of sources that "whisper" an alert to
the informant when the event occurs. Currently, the
informant is implemented as a GNOME panel applet or a
stand alone GTK program. When an alert has been
whispered by a source, the text of the applet or GTK
program changes from "No alerts" to "New Alerts". The
user can click on the text and a window will pop up
containing a list of the alerts received and the time they
were received. The sources provided are the original
CVSToys source, an email filter source and a daemonized
version of it, an RSS feed source (relying on TouRSSt), a
Web page change monitoring source, and a simple
command line source that can be called from anything
Mozilla-bonobo is a Netscape-compatible browser
plugin that uses GNOME bonobo controls to display
content of supported MIME types inside browser
GAI Pal is a dockapp and GNOME 2 panel applet that
gives you a friend that always has something wise
or funny to say.
lookuplet is a GNOME utility that allows you to easily enter search terms (it automatically grabs the X selection when invoked) and then press a key combination which will cause those terms to be substituted into a URL which is launched using your preferred Web browser, or to be substituted into a command line which is invoked. It is rather useful for things like dictionary lookups, Web searches, map lookups, etc. The idea is to shave seconds off of queries that you find yourself doing all of the time. Though it uses the GNOME libraries, it doesn't require that you be running the GNOME desktop environment.
GMatH is the GNOME Mathematical Interface. It currently provides Numerical Python and Yacas with a nice GUI. It also has basic data visualization using the gtkplot widget.
Shrinking Man is an application for tracking your
weight and the calories consumed each day. It
integrates well with the GNOME desktop
Mumbles is a plugin-driven, DBus based
notification system written for the GNOME desktop.
Similar to libnotify notifications and Growl for
Mac OS X, Mumbles aims to provide a modern
notification system for the GNU/Linux desktop. It
includes plugins for applications such as Pidgin,
Firefox, and Thunderbird, Growl network
notification support, and themes.
GNOME-todo is a simple reminder program that gives countdowns to user-specifed events. The events specified can either be a simple countdown, an alarm clock where a popup window is displayed, or the event can be given to the shell and executed.
Monster Masher is a mash'em-up action game for GNOME. Each level contains a number of blocks and monsters. You're a little gnome running around. By pushing the blocks you can mash the monsters one at a time. There are various power-ups and different kinds of monsters.
Echelon is a GNOME panel applet that monitors a
user-supplied list of game servers. The primary
purpose is to watch the servers for the presence
of specified player names, but other server
information such as server name, your ping, number
of players, maximum number of players, and a list
of current players with their pings and scores are
available and easy to access. It supports many
types of games, but aims to eventually work with
all games supported by qstat.
FastNZB is a client for the popular nzbget server.
It makes sending NZB (*.nzb) files to your NZBget