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These resources will give you an overview of the system, guide you
through the installation process and help you make the most of Gale
once you have it running.
See the status of Gale development, check out the plans for
future versions, and use mailing lists to receive update announcements
and communicate with other Gale users.
Like any other community (online or off), the community of Gale
users has conventions and guidelines.
You know you wanna.
Third Party Software
Fugu and vtFugu are portable Gale clients written in Python.
Fugu offers a sophisticated graphical interface and runs under
Unix and Microsoft Windows. vtFugu offers a fullscreen
interface similar to Fugu's that runs in a terminal.
(From the web page) Ginsu is designed to be powerful and above
all stable, as well as having a quick learning curve. If you are
comortable with 'vi' you should find it particularly easy.
Yammer is a web-based gale client. It was written by and is
maintained by John Reese.
Praya is a portable client written in Java by Wesley Tanaka that
integrates Gale with several other protocols. It does not work
with the current gale server infrastructure and is not actively