perceptual image comparison toolPerceptualDiff is an image comparison utility that makes use of a computational model of the human visual system to compare two images.
Peter's Tetris - a Tetris(TM) clonePetris supports colours and even features a highscore list.
Free Lemmings(TM) clonePingus is a free clone of the popular Lemmings game. . Your goal is to guide a horde of penguins through a world full of obstacles and penguin traps to safety. Although penguins (unlike lemmings) are rather smart, they sometimes lack the necessary overview and now rely on you to save them. . This package contains the main program.
talk-like program with additional featuresutalk uses a protocol, based on UDP, which ensures a quick response even over links with high packet loss, allows editing of previously typed text, including scrollback, deletion and overstrike, and provides some additional features. It is not compatible with BSD talk program.
computes number of pages or quantity of ink needed to print documentspkpgcounter is a generic Page Description Language parser which can either count the number of pages or compute the percent of ink coverage needed to print various types of documents. It is written in Python. . It currently recognizes the following file formats : . * PostScript (both DSC compliant and binary) * PDF * PCL3/4/5 * PCLXL (aka PCL6) * DVI * OpenDocument (ISO/IEC DIS 26300) * Microsoft Word (c) (tm) (r) (etc...) * Plain text * TIFF * Several other image formats * ESC/P2 * Zenographics ZjStream * Samsung QPDL (aka SPL2) * Samsung SPL1 * ESC/PageS03 * Brother HBP * Hewlett-Packard Lightweight Imaging Device Interface Language * Structured Fax * Canon BJ/BJC * ASCII PNM (Netpbm) . The ten latter ones, as well as some TIFF documents, are currently only supported in page counting mode. . pkpgcounter is often used in combination with print accounting solutions like PyKota or JasMine.
command-line jukeboxPlait (pronounced "play") is a command-line jukebox and music player front end. It understands brief, easy to type queries that pick a single song, mix queries that combine works from multiple artists, stream queries that find Shoutcast radio streams, and everything in between. . A variety of filters are available to pick just the music you want to hear. In order to actually play the music it finds, Plait automatically hands off a play list to one of the supported music players (or you can use it manually with any player that supports .m3u playlists).