The password-gorilla package has lacked some love since a while and at some point in time I orphaned it.
That happened due to the fact, that the upstream author was pretty unresponsive and inactive and my own TCL skills are very limited. As a result password-gorilla package was in a bad state, at least from a user point of view, with several (apparently) random happening error message and alike, stalling feature development etc.
But in the meanwhile there was a promising event arising. A guy, named Zbigniew Diaczyszyn, wrote me a mail that he intended to continue upstream development. Well, meanwhile is kind of an understatement. That first mail already happened in December 2009. And he asked me, if I’d like to continue maintaining password-gorilla in Debian. I agreed to that, but as promising as it sounded to have a new upstream, I was not sure if that would work out. However: My doubt were not justified.
In the time between 2009 and now Zbigniew managed to become the official upstream (with the accreditation of the previous upstream), create a github project for it and make several releases.
I know there are several people out there who tested password-gorilla. I know there were magazine reviews including the old version, which were a bit buggy with recent tcl/tk versions. It made a quiet good multi-platform password manager, with support for very common password file formats, stand in a bad light.
I recommend previous users of password-gorilla to try the new version, which recently has been
uploaded to unstable.