I'm about to make a new release - I'm just waiting for my pacakge sponsor to upload the new version to the Debian repository.
Did I mention that my server had made it into Debian's unstable distribution? :)
It also appears to be available in the FreeBSD ports tree, and Gentoo Linux too :)
The only downside to the inclusion in different distributions is that poeple aren't finding the main site, and the contributions to my wishlist have fallen down - which isn't so good!
So far I've had around 4 DVD's and a few nice books - just sent in appreciation of the software, and one individual promised to send me something if I implemented password protection of the music archive now.
I implemented it immediately, he was happy, he sent gift, I was happy. A wonderful means of encouraging development..
(No I'm not some capitalist; it was a suggestion a friend made when I was unemployed .. and I think I've struck the right balance. The source is free (GPL), the binaries are free. I fix bugs when I discover them I just put a couple of pointers online to the list - and if people choose to donate that's entirely optional.)
I'm having seriously murderous thoughts about a family of pidgeons that are living in the 'lightwell' which my kitchen looks out into.
They are too far away to poison, and to fast to throw things at .. Maybe I should let Tigger out of the kitchen window .. Mwahaha
I think the best word I could use to describe the recent journal 'attacks' is amusement. If this were real life and two friends were arguing I'd just tell them to stop .. or make sure I only was one of them at a time.
Here, without the constraints of real interaction its just too easy to get carried away and make a real scene in front of people. Hopefully it's all resolved now, if not *shrugs*