GNOME Power Manager is a GNOME session daemon that acts as a policy agent on top of the Project Utopia stack, which includes the kernel, hotplug, udev, and HAL. GNOME Power Manager listens for HAL events and responds with user-configurable reactions. Currently it supports UPS's, laptop batteries and AC adapters. Its goal is to be architecture neutral and free of polling and other hacks.
Author: Richard Hughes <richard at hughsie.com>
Author: William Jon McCann <mccann at jhu.edu>
Author: Jaap A. Haitsma <jaap at haitsma.org>
Author: Benjamin Canou <bookeldor at gmail.com>
Maintainer: The ROCK Linux Project