It’s an Analog Clock displaying the system-time. “So what?”, you might say, “There are about 1.023.493 of those already out there!”. Indeed there are and probably some more, but this one is a bit different. It leverages the new visual features offered by Xorg 7.0 in Combination with a compositing-manager (e.g. Compiz), gtk+ 2.10.x, cairo 1.2.0 and librsvg 2.14.0 to produce a time-display with pretty-pixels.
What’s themes are available? tango - a theme following the style and color-scheme of the guide-lines set forth by the Tango-project, made by Jannol ipulse - an abstract theme sent to me by Darryll “Moppsy” Truchan silvia - a sleek and elegant theme sent to me by Darryll “Moppsy” Truchan default-24 - a 24h-variation of the default-theme sent to me by Darryll “Moppsy” Truchan ipulse-24 - a 24h-variation of the ipulse-theme sent to me by Darryll “Moppsy” Truchan quartz-24 - a very special 24h-theme done by Darryll “Moppsy” Truchan radium-24 - a 24h-variation of the radium-theme done by Darryll “Moppsy” Truchan silvia-24 - a 24h-variation of the silvia-theme done by Darryll “Moppsy” Truchan simple-24 - a 24h-variation of the simple-theme done by Darryll “Moppsy” Truchan radium - another more realistic-looking theme zen - a clock with a very stylistic and japanese feel antique - the very first “3rd-party” theme sent to me by Timo Sakari Mikkolainen funky - my try at coming up with something completely different, not really meant to be easily readable default - straight elegance, my best work sofar therefore the default fdo - a copy of the looks of fdclock from freedesktop.org (with kind permission from Keith Packard) glassy - my Attempt to get a different look for glass, somehow failed simple - as subtle as possible gremlin - a cute pink little critter sitting on your desktop done by Christian “ChipX86″ Hammond gremlin-24 - 24h variation of the afore mentioned theme