Although some comments show problems with the server, once the application is installed and running, it's a neat little replacement for vi. ;p
Another dead project?
From screem.sourcefoge.net (http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=11889):
Posted By: davek
Date: 2000-03-24 06:17
Its unlikely that I will be able to do much, if anything, in the way of coding on Screem over the next 2 months as my final year uni disertation is due in after April, and then there are the exams.
Of course that doesn't stop anyone else coding :-)
Have just downloaded from SCREEM.org and noted that it is now available on SourceForge.
500: Internal server error
I'm getting a very uninformative 500 error when trying to connect to screem.org, hopefully it'll be fixed a.s.a.p.....
Site: Official Word
The first comment about the site being slow was taken very seriously. We have had the site moved to a server with better US access, and have taken the first steps towards mirror sites. We are also trying to provide alternative download sites from the main website.
The second comment on fm was, to say the least, over-reactive and under-informed. We admit the site has occasionally been down, but this does NOT mean the project is being neglected. These are circumstances beyond our control, and we are continually doing everything possible to improve reliability of the site.
The discontinued page refered to was the text-only page that first announced SCREEM, run by the main author, David Knight. It would be unreasonable to expect him to update TWO websites with the same information at the same time as well as running the application project itself.
We hope that our website progresses as much as our program has in the first few months since it was started. We feel we have an excellent product in development, and we want our website to reflect this.
Site location: screem.org
I couldn't even get to it.
It says it is not there.
Also, a non- official site i found for screem said that it had been discontinued.
Is everybody abandoning it?
I have yet to find a good WSIWYG/ dreamweaver type program for web pages..
...is absolutely deathly slow. Took several minutes just to get an entire screenshot to display.
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.