iVote is a sort of visual poll/image voting system that allows you to set up a collection of images that users can then vote on. A full administration screen is available that allows you to add/delete entries, sort by fields, gather statistics and manage the database. Users are presented a visual preview page where they can vote. It includes theme support.
Mohawk is the next-generation, evolutionary leap from TkApache. It is a full-blown front-end GUI for the Apache Web server for configuration, tuning, performance monitoring, and more. Completely re- written in C, using GTK+/GNOME rather than Perl/Tk, Mohawk aims to be faster and more robust than TkApache.
TkApache is a full GUI front-end to configuring and monitoring an Apache web server. Full access to the configuration files is provided and includes management functionality (start, restart and kill), process(es) overview and much, much more. Future functionality will include on-screen graphing and log-file reporting.
I like my "Unix" just fine...
Mac OS X might be "Unix-based" but I still like it better than X11 and the "Linux way." Each have their place, but sorry - my desktop is a Mac. After using Linux for the last decade and finding that it was going nowhere as a desktop OS, I made the "switch" last year - and haven't looked back.
Sure, my servers still run Solaris and Linux and always will... But on the desktop? Linux lost.
That page where you re-categorize your projects...
You need to maximize your browser to even see it all (scrolling sucks). If you don't then it goes on past your browser window and if you scroll to where you can read stuff and click "add" then it's all reset again. I also think all those categories are just "too much." A mix of what was and what is, would be better.
Instant messaging? One word. WHY?
I for one run my screens at 1600x1280, yes - so small point sizes are ill advised. I can't see as it is anymore from all this computer work. Don't make me blind!
I don't know, dude. As a long time user of Freshmeat and avid fan... I hate to say it, but the new style sucks and the old format was very cool.
As others have said, it was clear, concise - and easy to read. Project name, description and all the links in a neat box that didn't take up the entire browser window per project.
I gotta say, THUMBS DOWN.