Debian/Ubuntu have been packaging the Git version for quite a while now, and certain packagers kept nagging me for a release of a newer version.
So, what happened over the last years? Actually, first of all, I took over maintainership over that little tool, and cleaned up and improved code (and coding style, ugh) where I could. What we have now is a kdelibs-free, Qt5 only, C++11-enabled Icemon with proper model/view architecture that enables us to implement QtQuick2-based views.
I know that quite a few KDE people use it -- have fun with it!
- Star View got a fresh look, improved Detailed Host View (https://github.com/icecc/icemon/pull/17)
- Added simple man page (https://github.com/icecc/icemon/pull/9)
- Starting a change log
- Fix RPATH issues (https://github.com/icecc/icemon/pull/18)
- Lots of other small bug fixes in the Icemon views
- Dropped the "Pool View", which was never fully implemented
- Ported icemon to Qt5
- No longer depends on kdelibs
- Better separation of model/view throughout the source code
- Enables possibility to write QtQuick-based views now