Otak provides a visual interface to command line programs that don't have one by letting users to select arguments from a menu. For example, it can be used as an address book program with Mutt (the default), or as a phone book with SMS sending software, or even as a list of hosts for SSH or FTP.
released on 5 April 2004
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