FortuneLiddy is a MySQL-driven, object-oriented PHP fortune script. The object provides basic functionality (add, remove, display random, list all, etc.); a basic editing and display script is provided to get you going. The focus is on adding and displaying your own fortunes, rather than merely being a wrapper for the commandline version.
I'm struggling to come up with something positive to say. Scratch that; I'm struggling to come up with something non-ranting to say.
b) I regularly used Freshmeat to search for Free-as-in-Freedom software -- GPL, BSD, Apache license, what have you. The search results used to include this, and now they don't; instead, I have to search for stuff tagged with a particular license. (And too bad if I'm happy with GPL *or* BSD *or* Apache...nope, there's no way I can see to search for tags matching "foo AND (gpl OR BSD OR apache)".)
d) Why the obfuscated URLs linking to project pages? This is irritating at best, and makes me want to just Google the damn home page myself to avoid tracking. (Yes, the irony of escaping tracking by going to Google is not lost on me.)
e) Why is "help.freshmeat.net" not working? I take your point about not tracking issues with blog comments, but I can't submit bug reports to a site that's down.
Many thanks for ntfsundelete!
I just used ntfsundelete to recover a deleted Outlook file. It worked perfectly. My compliments to the authors!