The long-overdue Potato 2.0.0b15 has finally been released. Because Google Code no longer allows adding files for download, the new version is currently available from http://www.potatomushclient.com/downloads/ while I work on a proper downloads page. This version mostly contains bug fixes, though there are a couple of new features, and a new Norwegian translation courtesy of Odin.
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I'm curious if there'd be any interest in/demand for a version of Potato for Android devices? Someone has ported Tcl and Tk to Android, which makes this a possibility now. However, I don't currently own an Android device to develop/test on, and I wanted to see if there'd be enough interest to make it worth spending the money first. Comment below if you'd be interested.
A new version of everybody's favourite MUSH client has been released. Get Potato 2.0.0b14 for Windows, MacOS or Linux at http://code.google.com/p/potatomushclient/ today.
The latest version of Potato, the graphical MU* Client for Windows and Linux, has just been released.
There are a few new features a whole bunch of bug fixes, so if you're using an earlier version of Potato, it's well worth upgrading. If you're not, today is a great day to switch!
I am very happy to announce the release of version 2.0.0b10 of Potato, the graphical MUSH Client for Windows and Linux. It can be downloaded from the Google Code site.
As a followup with Banana - I am now offering, for free, guest web accounts for anyone who would like the ability to offer a lightweight, web-based guest connection to their mush.
You can see an example here: http://client.pennmush.org/guest/bugmush - That's my development mush.
M*U*S*H and CrossroadsMUSH are also available. (But please note, you can only 'guest' to one mush at a time!)
I've been working on developing a new client to scamper alongside the giants: Tinyfugue, MUSHclient, Potato, Atlantis, and many others. Into this world now comes my creation: Banana of the many Clients.
So why not utilize that power to bring MU*ing to the 21st century Web?