Fedora Back in Time
The Fedora Back in Time repository provides more recent versions of Back in Time for Fedora compared to the ones you can find in Fedora's main repository.
The Fedora Back in Time repository provides bup and accompanying applications for Fedora.
Fedora Multitouch Support
The Fedora Multitouch repository contains applications to enhance your user experience when using multi touch capable input devices, such as most modern touchpads or touch screens.
The gesturectl tool is a utility which maps trackpad or touchscreen gestures to custom commands. For example, one can map swipe left/right gestures with three or more fingers to a command which changes between virtual desktops. The tool is available on Linux for distributions that use libinput for input handling.
Intelligent Playlist Plugin for Amarok 2
The Intelligent Playlist Plugin for Amarok 2 implements dynamic playlists based on the current playlist.
KEmu - QEMU/KVM front-end for KDE 4
KEmu is a front end to the QEMU and KVM virtual machines for the KDE 4 Desktop. It is written in Ruby, using the QtRuby 4 and Korundum 4 bindings.
KI3U - Backup program for KDE 4
KI3U is a backup program for the K Desktop Environment (KDE 4). It basically acts as a front end for existing backup solutions, as e.g. rsync. Its main aim is to integrate these backup solutions into KDE.
A todo manager and note taking application. OpenTodoList lets you organize todo lists, notes and images into libraries, which are stored locally on your device. That means: You remain under control of your data - no uploads to cloud services in the background without your knowledge. As the app stores everything as plain files, you are free to use any synchronization mechanisms of your choice to share libraries between your devices.