I published a new release of jsiBitBot today and you can download it here.
Changes in this release are:
A bot will be stopped if it didn’t complete in 10 minutes.
I got the new CoinAd.com to work quite well.
I remade the user interface.
I remade the internal scheduling of bots.
The check for a new version was totally wrong.
Added reporting of some failed captchas.
I have way to much to do and all of it is by my own choice. I have some school work that should have been done two weeks ago and I am already behind with the math studies that I started this semester.
I haven’t done any academic math for about twenty years and it looks like I wasn’t taught the same amount of math that students today read at the same level.
I used to run jsisoft.com (and jsisoft.se) on Wordpress, but since the content is very static it felt like overkill. Now I have all of the site, including all file releases, in a Subversion repository. This way It will be a lot easier to have the application documentation in line with the current release. It also allows me to revert to an older version if (when) I screw up. To support the development of these applications I will keep the ads, even though there is almost no one clicking them.
Do what you can to support the free software you are using.
I estimate the user base of my free software to about 1000, but over the years I have only been in contact with a hand full of them. It would help me a lot with the future development if I got to know what the users want to have and what they don’t like about it right now. A friendly note or a feature request means a lot to me and I’m quite sure other developers feels like that too.
Today I launched the Swedish sister site of jsiSoft. It is at jsi.se and all of my software that is translated to Swedish will be published there.
At the moment the screenshots for jsiPodFetch are still in English but they will be replaced real soon.
The contact form on jsiSoft.com has been broken for a while, but it should work now. If you have tried to get in contact with me through the About / Contact page on jsisoft.com and I haven’t responded; please try again. I usually reply to email within a day whether or not I know how to answer a particular question.
My apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused you.
I’m actually quite impressed by Softpedia. They run a software download site that looks a little bit like every other one that exists out there. But if you take a closer look you can se by the screen shots that they actually take the time to install and do a basic run of submitted software.
I have three listings with them under the jsiSoft brand and there are probably more to come.