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HAR Adopters | Software is hard

This page summarizes existing tools, projects and applications (made by third parties) that support HTTP Archive format (HAR). This format is based on JSON and is typically used by tools that consume/produce data collected by monitoring HTTP communication. Note that you can display an existing HAR file online using HAR Viewer.

url: http://www.softwareishard.com/blog/har-adopters/

type: article, format: blog

Debian need to recategorize all their software

While i'm ranting, Debian needs to recategorize all their software. They should just use the Open Directory Project. And they need to add more fields for each package such as license, programming language, spoken languages, and environment (eg. Qt) like freshmeat.net.

StreamTuner

I've found my non-iTunes iTunes and it's even better. Unfortunately, sound on my computer is still not configured.