I did get in touch with Ed Chi ( who was able to activate it again (or told me that Bongwon Suh would take care of it), through it appears this didn't last long. I recommend you contact Ed and Bongwon (I'll cc them here), hopefully they will get the ball rolling again and make this project permanently open and active at the Labs. I found the Dashboard a very useful tool (through it could certainly be refined, I never figured out how to get raw data behind the graphs, which would have been very nice...).

Sumana, sorry for the late reply, I only just noticed this email (seems it got routed to my newsgroup folder which I don't check regularly). I looked into this again because of this on wiki message:


Piotr Konieczny, PhD
On 9/19/2013 4:51 PM, Sumana Harihareswara wrote:
I see that I still get that same error when I try to use the tool, e.g., . Piotr, were you
able to get in contact with the author? If so, you might just ask for
the source code and then ask on the labs-l list to see whether anyone
would be willing to move it from Toolserver to Tool Labs:

All tools on Tool Labs must be open source to
help prevent this kind of difficulty.