I released a Zope product: SQL Poll.
I've got a couple preferences working on bud.ca, you can turn on the four side boxes on and off.
It's tedious doing Zope developement over a cable modem with a 5 year old Mac (lots of upgraded stuff but still), so I've been working this week on scrounging up a system. I also greatly miss using the Linux computer operating system (I used to have that on my Mac but dual booting is no fun). I was going to buy some old hardware from John. An AMD-K6-2 at 450 MHz with mainboard and 128 MB PC-100 RAM, and a tofu-coloured tower. But we spent all today working on the frickin' thing and it jes' kept crashing - something wrong with the hardware we reckon. I'm greatly considering buying a new board and CPU - you can get a lot for $350 or so.
For video, I yanked my second video card from the Mac, a Voodoo3 2000 - it took me forever to find PC-SAVE.ROM so I could flash back to a PC BIOS. I'd trashed my original PC BIOS file shortly after I got the card for some reason. I think I'd like to try Tribsoft's Jagged Alliance 2 port for Linux. There's a few games available for Linux that aren't on Mac. John suggested a dual boot with Windows for gaming, but two OSes is plenty for me, and I really don't think I'd derive pleasure from running Windows, even if just for gaming.
In the process of removing my V3, I somehow broke my Mac's G3 upgrade card. I was just trying to remove some of the dust around it, but now it don't work at all. It's a PowerForce and it looks like they have a 3 year warranty and a good return policy. One more try of fiddling with dip switches and CUDA buttons and I'm going to RMA the thing.
When I get the Mac fixed, and the new Zope-dev box built, I'll have two decent system. After I return to the workforce, perhaps I'll also pick up a laptop, then I'll have a great base of systems for UT lanpartys. Whee!