I've been busy working on a shiny new webpage for the SleepyHead project. Still some way to go, but for the latest, official project information and downloads, please see http://sleepyhead.jedimark.net.
The wiki and bug trackers are moving too, please see:
A backup copy of the code will stay available here (I need to tweak my remotes, I haven't pushed here in a while, but I do plan on keeping the copy here updated)... read more
To help make sure things ready, I've decided to try attempting to introduce Unstable Builds/GIT Snapshot builds for advanced SleepyHead testers, er, again.
These builds are meant for advanced computer users interested in helping get the new release ready, and are definitely NOT everyday release versions of SleepyHead.
And yes, I get the irony, considering all versions I have inflicted upon you have been test builds, and quite Unstable up to now... thank you all so much for your patience! :-} ... read more
In an effort to boost SleepyHead's quality control, future binary builds of SleepyHead will go through a little more rigorous testing by a closed beta group before being publicly released.
This doesn't mean there won't be any more publicly released binaries until release day, it just means that the steps along the way to an official v1.0.0 release will hopefully be more reliable.
The raw source code of course is still open for anyone who wants to delve into it, or "roll their own" binaries from it. ... read more
These are just the latest sourceforge links.. nothing new here..
I'm still writing my upload script for the new host.
Watch out for those green buttons..
A lot of users have commented on the confusing green download buttons that appear when attempting to download SleepyHead from SourceForge, which are actually ads to other software placed by SourceForge.
Some of these green buttons, made to look like official project download buttons, have even been known to link to applications that contain malware.
Well, this is most definitely not on!