[PC-BSD Pbi-dev] PBI submissions XPenguins, XSnow, oneko-sakura, xdesktopwaves, xfishtank, CMatrix, ASCIIQuarium, WMFishTime, BubbleMon-dockapp, Bubbling Load Monitor, Eagle Mode

Ken Moore ken at pcbsd.org
Mon Apr 9 12:01:04 PDT 2012


On 04/08/12 14:56, nemysis wrote:
> XPenguins
>
> XPenguins is a program for animating cute cartoons/animals in your root
> window. By default it will be penguins - they fall from the top of the
> screen, walk along the top of windows, up the side of windows and do
> various other stuff. Other themes in the base package are "Classic
> Penguins", reproducing XPenguins version 1.2, and "Turtles". More
> themes can be downloaded from the XPenguins web site.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/games/xpenguins/
>
> I have downloaded and installed all themes.
>
>
>
> XSnow
>
> Xsnow displays lovely moving snowflakes on your desktop, with Santa
> Claus running all over the screen.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/x11/xsnow/
>
>
>
> oneko-sakura
>
> The program oneko creates a cute cat chasing around your mouse cursor.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/games/oneko-sakura/
>
>
>
> xdesktopwaves
>
> xdesktopwaves is a cellular automata setting the background
> of your X Window System under water. Windows and mouse are
> like ships on the sea. Each movement of these ends up in
> moving water waves. You can even have rain and/or storm
> stirring up the water.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/games/xdesktopwaves/
>
>
>
> xfishtank
>
> There are lots of programs for lots of platforms to make fish swim in
> the background of your screen.  This is a modification of an old one
> called xfish (also called Xaquarium), that I have added more features
> to.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/x11/xfishtank/
>
>
>
> CMatrix
>
> Show a scrolling 'Matrix' like screen
>
> http://www.freshports.org/misc/cmatrix/
>
>
>
> ASCIIQuarium
>
> Asciiquarium is an aquarium/sea animation in ASCII art.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/games/asciiquarium/
>
>
>
> WMFishTime
>
> This is a time/date applet for Window Maker (and BlackBox, E,
> SawFish...). Top part has the clock face, bottom part has day of the
> week, followed by day, followed by month. Yellow hand counts seconds,
> green hand counts minutes, red hand counts hours. Few seconds after
> startup there are at least 32 bubbles floating up behind the clock
> face.  There are 4 fishes randomly swimming back and forth. If you move
> your mouse inside the DockApp window, the fish will get scared and run
> away.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/x11-clocks/wmfishtime/
>
>
>
> BubbleMon-dockapp
>
> X eye candy for displaying CPU and memory load in a dock
>
> http://www.freshports.org/sysutils/bubblemon-dockapp/
>
>
>
> Bubbling Load Monitor
>
> Bubblemon displays something that looks like a vial containing water.
> The water level indicates how much memory is in use. The color of the
> liquid indicates how much swap space is used (watery blue means none
> and angry red means all). The system CPU load is indicated by bubbles
> floating up through the liquid; lots of bubbles means high CPU load.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/sysutils/bubblemon2/
>
>
>
> Eagle Mode
>
> Eagle Mode is an advanced solution for a futuristic style of man-machine
> communication, in which the user can visit almost everything simply by
> zooming in. It has a professional file manager, file viewers and
> players for most of the common file types, a chess game, a 3D mines
> game, a multi-function clock and some fractal fun, all integrated in a
> virtual cosmos. By featuring a separate popup-zoomed control view, help
> texts in the things they are describing, editable bookmarks, multiple
> input methods, fast anti-aliased graphics, a virtually unlimited depth
> of panel tree, and by its portable C++ API, Eagle Mode aims to be a
> cutting edge of zoomable user interfaces.
>
> http://www.freshports.org/x11/eaglemode/
>
>
>
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I just added these modules to the build server. Thanks for sending them in!

-- 
~~ Ken Moore ~~
PC-BSD/iXsystems

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