Blogfish is a Gnome panel applet that allows you to spread your blog URL, Web site URL, or random thoughts to other users. Good memes survive; bad ones are voted down and go belly up. Recently online IP addresses are visible.
|Tags||Artistic Software Communications Desktop Environment GNOME Games/Entertainment Internet Web Dynamic Content News/Diary|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: A new simple peer for running on servers or systems without X. An RPM package. This release no longer sucks so much memory, dies nicely on exit, and resizes nicely. Networking bugs have been fixed. You can drag and drop URLs to add new fish. It has a nice new icon, UI compatibility with the HIG, a simpler install script, and compatibility with Python < 2.3.
Release Notes: This release adds much-improved networking code (blogfish should now be able to stay connected for days), an improved settings dialog (including configurable fish speed, death, spawning, fighting, and reproduction), more lifelike fish movement, a redesigned fish details dialog, new backgrounds and several new fish images, a new uninstall script, and better handling of peer disconnects. It has been promoted from "alpha" to "release candidate". No shark attacks have been reported on Blogfish users. If you are attacked by a shark while using Blogfish, swim carefully away from the computer.
No changes have been submitted for this release.