Since my old domain, slowhome.org, expired, some of my old projects got inaccessible. The first was TimeTracker, which I created a Google Code project a long time ago and forgot to create the packages there (or even mention it around here.)
TimeTracker now have its own page.
I’m hosting Mitter on Google Code. They offer this nice SVN repository, and they have bug tracking and you can even have pages for your applications (using a Wiki-like syntax.) And it’s all free.
The problem I’m facing with Google Code is that I got patches for almost every single missing bit on Mitter, but I never got any email pointing that, even when I set it to send me emails when someone changes an issue I’m the owner or in the CC list or I starred it (and I did both on all issues.)
So, if you submitted any patches or issues on Mitter since last December, please accept my apologies for not replying your comments. I’ll try my best to fix that in the next days (if not today.)
And no, it’s not my mail server problem. I’m using my Gmail account for that.
I moved all GUP information to Google Code. Now it is easier to open bugs and keep reports.
GUP updates will still appear in this blog.