Windows software on GNU site (To: jeff)
All software, mentioned at GNU site is ported Unix software, and -- surprise -- already announced on freshmeat. FSF is the last place where you should look for advocacy of software that requires Windows to run.
The idea of Open Source software, made for Windows only (as opposed to Windows ports of Open Source software, made for Unix/Linux) contraicts the culture of Windows programmers, their ability to work in open environment, and the nature of Windows that remains to be a "sabotaged" environment, created and designed to advance the goals of one company by excluding all others. This nature of Windows does not allow to create high-quality (both high performance, reliability and interoperability) software that Open Source is all about, and there is no point aiming for being the third best after some ugly hack from Microsoft and some another ugly hack from its "strategic partner".
While I think that porting Open Source software to Windows is a waste of time and source comprehensibility, creating Open Source software for Windows is plain counter-productive (and IMHO morally wrong).
Last time I have checked, freshmeat announced only software that can run on Linux. I will prefeer it remaining the same way. This criteria works well for Linux users, and mostly is fine for users of other Unices because if something runs on Linux, it most likely runs on (or can run on, or at least is of some relevance for) all other Unices. If something runs on Windows, there are good chances that it's of absolutely no interest for users of Linux or any other Unices. If someone is going to make a site that announces Open Source (or any other) software for Windows, he better should do it as far from here as possible -- IMNSHO MSN is the most natural place for that.