pyFPM is the legitimate successor of gFPM, with a new interface, a dedicated daemon for it and more ergnomics. It’s written in Python and uses GTK+2 and DBus to run.
Version 1.2.3 has been released a few days ago et is now considered as “stable”. You can test it without any issues (or only a very little). Packages are not yet available on Frugalware’s tree, but you can download them here.
If you encounter an issue, feel free to contact PacMiam on #frugalware or #frugalware.fr.
Thanks to Pingax for fixing french translation and Darknekros/Nekrodes for his spanish translation and bouleetbil for his initial work on pyFPM.