Falkon Web Browser For Linux. Falkon web browser is actually a KDE web browser using QtWebEngine rendering engine, previously known as QupZilla.
Chromium Browser For Linux.
Chromium for Linux is an open-source web browser project started by Google™, to provide the source code for the proprietary Google Chrome browser. The two browsers share the majority of code and features, though there are some minor differences in features and logos, and they have different licensing.
Vremenar - Weather App For Linux.
Display weather conditions and forecast on a map in a quick and simple way. Supported providers are Slovenian Environment Agency (ARSO) and Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD, preliminary support).
Choose between general condition, precipitation radar, cloud cover, wind speed, temperature and hail probability maps (not all supported with all providers). The app also shows the weather at your current location.
VMForecast - Weather App.
wmforecast is a weather dockapp for Window Maker.
It displays the current temperature and an icon representing the current conditions. A balloon tooltip displays forecast information, it isn't pretty. Kind of lame if you ask me, but what the heck.
Version: 1.4-2 is available in Debian 11 "Bullseye" repository.
Note: Very simple, not for everyone.
GNOME Weather For Linux Desktop.
GNOME Weather is like looking out of your window thanks to the use of photographic background images. This is a really nice touch.
It's a small application that allows you to monitor the current weather conditions for your city, or anywhere in the world accessing updated forecasts provided by various internet services.
Version: 3.36.1-1 available in Debian 11 "Bullseye" repository.
cool-retro-term For Linux.
cool-retro-term is a terminal emulator which mimics the look and feel of the old cathode tube screens.
It has been designed to be eye-candy, customizable, and reasonably lightweight.
The terminal emulator works under Linux and requires Qt 5.2 or higher.
Available as snap here.
Vis Text Editor.
Vis aims to be a modern, legacy-free, simple yet efficient editor, combining the strengths of both vi(m) and sam.
It extends vi's modal editing with built-in support for multiple cursors/selections and combines it with sam's structural regular expression based command language.
A universal editor, it has decent Unicode support and should cope with arbitrary files, including large, binary or single-line ones.