Ksetiwatch, the monitoring tool and work unit manager for the SETI@home project, has been ported to KDE3. Backwards compatibility is ensured, so this release compiles for both KDE2 and KDE3. In addition to the porting work, minor feature enhancements and bug fixes have been made. The source code is now fully documented (API documentation can be generated with doxygen). For details, have a look at http://ksetiwatch.sourceforge.net .
Ksetiwatch has now been officially ported to FreeBSD. A package with version 2.2.0 can be downloaded from the FreeBSD ftp site (for details, see http://ksetiwatch.sourceforge.net\). An update to the most recent version (2.2.1) will be available soon.
A new version of Ksetiwatch, the monitoring tool for the SETI@home project, is available. Among many other new features, Ksetiwatch 2.2.0 now keeps track of all interesting signals returned to the SETI@home server, and provides
A new version with added functionality is available. Ksetiwatch now can display pulse and triplet graphs. For details check out
Ksetiwatch, the monitoring tool and work unit manager for the SETI@home project, has been ported to KDE2. No new features, but great care has been taken to ensure that everything is functioning as expected. The only noticeable difference is that Gaussian graphs are now saved in the PNG file format, thereby saving precious space on your harddisk.
For details, have a look at http://ksetiwatch.sourceforge.net .
Ksetiwatch is a monitoring tool for the SETI@home project.
The latest revision of the Ksetiwatch source code can now be found in the CVS repository at SourceForge. Feel free to check out a snapshot of the recent development (current version number is 0.5.1, see http://ksetiwatch.sourceforge.net ). Also, help on further development is very much appreciated. If you like to contribute, please contact the maintainer.