Just what I needed
- I can't get my head around the GNU info UI (it's very Emacs-like; I never got my head around Emacs)
- I wasn't getting best use out of many GNU programs (gcc, wget are two good examples) because the meat of the documentation was in the info file and not in the manpage
- I didn't want a GUI info file reader like tkinfo
pinfo does exactly what I wanted -- it looks just like info, but the UI is much, much more intuitive. If you can use Lynx, you can use this. You can remap the keys, but I've not found any reason to do so.
Free software is always a good thing
I don't see the difference between Free software for MS Windows and Free software for Solaris, AIX or any other non-free OS.
The important thing is to educate Windows users in the meaning of "Free" -- libre not gratis. We need them to understand that Internet Explorer does not fit our definition of "Free".
So I'd say -- go for it. Include all the Free Software for Windows you can -- but make sure it is *only* free in the sense of open source. Python, Perl, Xpilot -- these are all fine. Eudora is not.
... oh, and I'd approve of the "My Freshmeat" thing, too.