Does the job.
Pause for an amount of time.
Extremely flexible, with the ability to provide a specific date/time, number of hours, minutes and seconds, etc.
For a complex example of use, check out alarm.sh
A package manager, notably used by Debian.
Displays the world quests and their rewards.
Awkward and poorly laid-out. Usable enough, it says on the box.
Meh. It's nice enough idea.
Enhances the transmogrification UI by grouping and sorting items in various ways, like model and color.
A POSIX-compliant, and small, shell. See also sh.
Since it's creation for Debian, this has become the standard "vanilla shell".
A desktop environment/window manager that continues GNOME version 2, after it was abandoned.
Reasonable. The Pyra will use this by default.
I much prefer Openbox, but I wanted to try this a little.
A simple and small text editor.
This doesn't really have a name. Even in it's source it's just called "Text editor".