Amazingly, Shelf is still fun to work on. Hence version 0.0.10. Read the release notes.
These version numbers are just jumping around randomly now. Well, ok, they’re not, but not every version escapes to the world. Anyway, download the new Shelf – this one has an icon! And it now includes Sparkle, so it’ll update itself automatically from now on – you can stop visiting my blog every 10 minutes […]
Right, Shelf has now reached version 0.0.6 – download it (there are newer versions out now – get those). It’s good enough that I’m running it full time now. Thanks to Mark Fowler, it can now pull clues from Firefox, which is a relief. I’ve also added Address Book and iChat support, although the iChat […]
Ruby turned out to be a bit of a pain for Shelf – I needed many external libraries and the Ruby bridge does a fairly bad job of packaging them all. I’ve ported the thing to Python now and it seems better – in fact, it’s better enough that I can actually produce a binary! […]
I really miss Dashboard. It was an effort to display some context around whatever person you were interacting with at any given moment – look at an email from Paul, or open an IM chat with him and you’d see things that he’d blogged or uploaded to Flickr recently. Genius. From the screenshots, it looks […]