Users of My-Weather-Indicator, a panel-based weather applet for Ubuntu, can now check sunrise and sunset information, moon phase and more in the latest release.
Ubuntu 11.04 users missing the old 'system load' panel application can find similar functionality in Indicator-Multiload - a graphical indicator-applet for the Unity panel.
My graphics card fan is bust. Well, I say bust but what I actually mean is that I disconnected the fan because it was so freaking loud! I do intend to buy a replacement cooler for it shortly, but in the mean time Psensor allows me to keep an eye on its temperature over a given period with the data recorded and presented in graph form for easy digestion.
Quickly adjust the number of workspaces and the way in which they are displayed in Ubuntu 11.04 with 'Indicator Workspaces'.
Panagiotis Skintzos has begun on a Vala port of Indicator-Weather. Whilst there are many great ideas in the new design layout there is one aspect that bugs me...
Monitoring system resource usage in Ubuntu is easy thanks to a vaierty of GNOME Panel applets, Conky scripts and Screenlets. 'Indicator SysMonitor' is an indicator-applet that displays CPU and memory usage in the desktop panel (either GNOME-Panel or the Unity panel).
Indicator-Weather, the weather forecast applet, has updated this weekend, adding support for forecast data caching, extra weather service providers and making available more locations.
Take one torrent application, one almost-beta OS and add in some indicator-applet support. What do you get? A bunch of relieved users...