This page is a (definitely incomplete) list of applications which have dead links, or have not been developed since Tcl 7.6.
Anyone who still uses or cares about any of these is welcome to provide updated information in some appropriate (or new) page and then remove the reference from here.
Chat and Instant Messaging
http://www.privaria.org/ -- dead link
http://www.freebsd.org/~kevlo/ - not there
Database and CMS
Desktop Environments and Managers
What: Operator Where: ftp://ftp.procplace.com/pub/tcl/sorted/packages-7.6/file/Operator-1.0b1/Operator-1.0b1.tar.gz ftp://ftp.procplace.com/pub/tcl/sorted/packages-7.6/file/Operator-1.0b1-bin-linux/Operator-1.0b1-bin-linux.tar.gz Description: A beta version of a Tk based files and applications manager. Based on Tcl 7.3/Tk 3.6. Updated: 10/1998 Contact: mailto:[email protected] (Erez Strauss)
What: TkFM Where: http://rts.ncst.ernet.in/%7Emayur/tkfm/ (dead link) Description: File manager written in Tcl/Tk, allowing easy file type associations to multiple applications. Latest version v1.0.2. Updated: 07/1999 Contact: mailto:[email protected]
What: TkMC Where: http://www.cpe.uchicago.edu/%7Egabramov/tkmc/tkmc.zip (dead link) Description: MC like file manager, allowing you to browse, view, edit and run Tcl applications. Currently at version 1.3 . Updated: 08/2002 Contact: mailto:[email protected]
What: X-Directory Where: ftp://ftp.unix-ag.uni-siegen.de/pub/x-director/ (dead link) ftp://vespa.unix-ag.uni-siegen.de/pub/x-director/ (dead link) Description: Tcl/Tk based Directory/File manager. Updated: Contact: mailto:[email protected] (X-Directory mailing list) send "subscribe ml-xdirector" in body. mailto:[email protected] (Christoph Wilhelm)
http://www.hottub.org/~dodge/bed.html --- dead link 09/01/03; still dead 2007-01-20
http://www.xmission.com/~georgeps/aged/ -- dead link
Science - Weather Monitoring
http://hcirisc.cs.binghamton.edu/~blalor/tik/#wx -- dead link
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Campus/6846/index.html -- dead link
http://purl.org/tcl/home/software/webtk/ -- dead link
"You step in the stream, but the water has moved on. This page is not here."
http://www.velocigen.com/ -- dead 2007-01-19 Google turns up lots of old articles on Binary Evolution Inc's VelociGen, but the product itself and the company seem to be gone.
The Vignette company is still here, and looks very successful. Alas, Storyserver seems to be gone. http://www.vignette.com/