A Qt cross-platform web browser.
Meh, I'm not sure I like it very much.
An ebook reader
aka Favorite Book Reader
TODO - add any notes and make a more complete review
An email client.
POP3, POP before SMTP, APOP, IMAP4rev1, IMAP over SSH, IMAP CAPABILITY, mh, SMTP, SMTP AUTH, NNTP, SSL/TLS, full OpenPGP support, external editors, filtering, muliple identities. Good multilanguage and character set support.
Light and capable.
- It was originally a fork to showcase bleeding-edge features in Sylpheed, but become stable and popular. It essentially replaces Sylpheed.
- See also RSSyl, an RSS reader I used with Claws Mail.
- my script to generate empty emails
Warning: This post contains everyday language. It's one thing to be polite, but I need to stress the importance of the destruction of usability-apathy. There's no room to be nice here.
I was intending to do a decent post every day, but I got really burned out. Why? I've been struggling with several different programs over the last couple of weeks. I've been sick and tired of the clumsiness that my apathy has allowed.
I think everyone has a sort of apathy towards usability issues. We take them as excusable or as some sort of status quo "that's just the way it is". I'm sick and fucking tired of that. Seriously.
Downloader, BitTorrent, RSS, video player etc. I don't even know how to categorize this..
A web browser and feed reader.
Originally called Phoenix, then Firebird.
- Yes, I used it way back then.
Shares some code with Thunderbird
A console RSS reader.
For what it is, I like it. I don't think I'll either rely on RSS, or even the console, enough to use this.