Now using GDK2 (GTK2) libraries.
This should have been released months ago, but I wanted to get the session management working. Unfortunately it still doesn't. It is there as an option though...
Next version will be a Gnome applet.
This is wmseti on steroids!
This application contains the same statistic
display as wmseti but with animation instead of
alien faces. Imagine a flowing starfield, a
spinning saucer UFO and various alpha blended
glowing ball UFOs travelling back and forth across
Wmseti 1.0.0 has been released.
This version is a merge of the fork created by Alan Swanson.
The code has been rewritten and new features added.
Owing to Alan's much more interesting code and cool features in his version of wmseti, I'm happily handing over maintenance of the wmseti code to Alan Swanson. All I ever wanted to do was ensure that wmseti would work with the latest version of the SETI@home client--Alan has taken this nifty little dockapp a lot further. Go Alan!