Recently, besides developing PAL (I might get PAL 2.1 Beta 1 out today or tomorrow), I've been trying to make testing the major thing I do, rather than producing new apps. At the moment I'm also preparing for exams over the next few weeks, so my progress is slower than I'd like. But then, I also don't get any Uni assignments, which helps.
Here is my current list of existing apps I'm planning on testing and heading towards release if they're ready:
- Fyre (done)
- Scribus (not sure what's happening with 1.3.8?)
- wxDev-C++ (also I'll be finishing off my own Code::Blocks Portable 10.05, and checking MinGW Portable which is related and should be released together with either of these. Code::Blocks seems more popular by Google page count than wxDev-C++ and Dev-C++ together, incidentally.)
- Game Booster
If you have any suggestions of other apps that you would like tested and released (your own or someone else's), please comment. It's hard choosing the apps which should be released - I don't think we intended the table at development/test to have as many rows as it currently has (234) when we designed it - even how many we had at the time two years ago (108 at the first revision on record) was more than we liked.
I should also add that apps using PAL will receive preference; it's a lot more efficient testing them than hard-coded launchers. I'm unlikely to really test properly any non-PAL apps before I've cleared the list of ones using PAL.