I've been using the marvellous (and free) ssh tunnel manager 2 for, well, a long time anyway. But I went through a stage of wondering why it was so slow, starting up in particular, and then I noticed that the distributed binary was PPC only - hence Rosetta - hence chug chug chug. This finally got to me this morning and I had a quick look around the opposition, none of which appeared to actually work (I uses certificates and not passwords to connect to my important servers) and just as I was resigning myself to having to run some PPC code ... laaa! the damn thing's open source ... I had no idea.
Wondering why this includes the ppc ssh binary though? Shouldn't it just use the /usr/bin/ssh whenever possible? Was easy enough to yank the ppc version out of resources though and replace with the OSX shipped binary. It was bugging me that the Manager was indeed running as Intel, but ssh itself was still ppc.
Previous next big things include development of the capture and intermediate compression technology in iShowU-HD; design and implementation of a small advertising network; the refinancing, technical direction, and a lot of the donkey work for Virtual Katy; technical direction, project management and (again) donkey work for VoiceQ; creating code and intellectual property around load balancing that was acquired by Allied Telesis; and the research and an implementation of the h.264 video compression protocol.