It's a bit too basic. It has a many areas for significant improvement:
- Results should be in XML and a better Excel format
- You should be able to open a file - configurable by author, e.g. a config file for the program to limit functionality
- It should optionally submit to a web site (PHP/ASP/ASP.NET/whatever) with those scripts already written to either update a server database (with an admin UI), or send the results as an email to the author
- It should optionally connect to email directly
- It should have a test authoring tool along with it - I almost wrote one, but had to go change diapers and all that stuff
- Lots more...
The Photo Resizer doesn't appear to be very popular. That's probably my fault as I didn't pimp out the extra functionality in it, e.g. it automatically keeps track of all your uploads and will let you view them all in a simple web page. And the amount of work that went into that was far from insignificant. I kind of didn't want to suffer another humiliation with an unpopular utility.
The FreeNAS password recovery... I probably shouldn't have submitted it in hind sight. It's very limited (intentionally due to the potential for abuse), but kind of too simple. It was also extremely simple to write. (I've done a lot of web automation before, and can do this kind of thing in my sleep.)
This is also extremely simple, and I figured it was too simple, but probably useful for some people that wanted/needed beta testing for NANY submission.
So, between being unpopular and being extremely simple, I figured I'd just throw it out in case anyone uses it. If it is used, I'll clean up the code/comments and put up the source. WTFPL would be a good license.
If it's useful for anyone, let me know along with any feature requests. I can probably whip it up pretty fast.