I'd advise people to stay away from it. Look at the last development date, October 2001. Lot has changed since then.
I understand that new linux users try to get the application they are familiar with in windows. I used to do that too when I was new because like most of you even I wasn't of the alternatives and how do they fare.
Most of the windows apps that we are familiar with don't have so good linux ports. Some examples - winamp, nero, real player. There are more. They have much better alternatives on linux.
xmms,beep-media-player,bmpx,audacious all of these are winamp 2.x look a like,why do we want win32 cr@p in Linux too?lets keep win apps to windows itself.let Linux develop by its own new s/w rather than emulating win32 softwares.
Gx .. Don't whine if Windows apps don't run on any other OS anyhow. You like and use Windows, use that alone. What's your need to run Windows apps on every other OS and blame its emulators, etc rather than the program's cross compatibility.
winamp full can be played too. Please read the whole thing. And if you want wine to improve by leaps and bounds you can do either donate loads of money to them or ask windows to go open source. Or go and help in development process. Then there's a fourth way too, stop whining cos you are doing nothing to help the wine developers and you have no rights to whine about it.
I have given you four options that you can follow, take your pick.
Guys guys guys y do u keep biting each other's asses in public. Please keep it down. See windows is windows and linux is linux. We r not here to find out who has the most supporters but we r here to help some ppl who face issues or need help or an opinion. So keeping that in mind act like grownups