This past week has had a couple of minor software releases:
I made a new release which improves support for foreign language; so dates can be internationalised, etc.
The online demos now include one in with French month names.
The perl-based sysadmin tool had a minor update earlier today, after it was pointed out that I didn't correctly cope with file content checks.
I'm still pretty pleased with the way this works out, even if it is intentionally simple.
This is a simple bug-record-thingy which I was playing with recently, and I've now started using to record bugs in other projects.
I'll pretend its a fancy distributed-bug-tracker, but actually it isn't. It's nothing more than a bunch of text-files associated with a project, which have sufficiently random names that collisions are unlikely and which thus becomes semi-distributed-friendly.
I need to either come up with my own which looks like galleriffic, or port the thumbnail bits over.
(I'm currently using a slightly modified version of gallerifific for my people-shots.)