I keep going back and forth on this, but the truth is i don’t have time for hamster anymore.
So i’m looking for a new maintainer.
First of all – don’t panic – the project is not going to die – as i’m using hamster on daily basis myself (and it does everything i need), i will keep making sure it works at least on Fedora (my distro of choice), but i need someone taking care of pull requests and mak
On Dec 20 i’ll be shipping a stable(r) version of project hamster. By shipping i mean the github repository will be tagged and there will be a targzipped package in the downloads section.
One big thing that is going to happen, is the renaming of the package. It used to be “hamster-applet” and now it will be “hamster-time-tracker“.
You still need to install hamster from sources but this is a big step forward.
Go get it!
After installing reload the page and you will get to prefs too, in case you don’t like hamster right in the middle of the panel or would like to just have the icon.
It’s still work in (slow) progress of course.
I would like to thank the GNOME foundation for including hamster in gnome 5
It gave the project unprecedented exposure and the army of translators made
sure it is available in all the major languages.
A huge thanks for that!
But now we are moving to github:
Right now it's just the code, but i plan to move over also bugs and start