Hi everyone, i see that LinuxQuestions has an active Slackware community and im happy to be with you now hehe.
Id like to say a few words about a package manager project which im running for a year now.
Slackpack is a package manager for Slackware Linux.
Slackpack has a friendly GUI environment and it can install
packages, list installed packages, remove Slackware Linux packages
(.tgz or .txz) and convert to .tgz format from:
.deb (Debian Format)
.rpm (Fedora format).
Slackpack can also create Slackware Linux .tgz packages from application's source code.
in the latest version (1.1.8) Slackpack has been ported to Qt4 successfully and it now has full .txz support, overall Slackpack runs great on the new Slackware 13.0 release.
you can find more info on the project's website:
along with screenshots and changelog and blah blah blah...
oh i think you got the idea.
Thank you for your time, I hope to give Slackpack a shot and if you like it reply here with your opinion. xD
btw please, if you have an idea for an UI update of for a new feature or if you found some bug or something please submit them on the following links or just email me.