I'll look into the tools matter.
There is a new .deb file http://www.BibleAnalyzer.com/files/bibleanalyzer_3.7-1_i386.deb
. It is around 9MB though, but it there to try if you wish.
The hidden folders are an obstacle to some. I get emails from people who can't find the Modules folder in Windows because it is hidden by default in Application Data or ProgramData folder. Linux users are usually a little more knowledgeable, but I still get letters over permissions and such. I envision someone trying to create a module and then can't find it in a hidden folder. Hiding the folder may be the Linux way, but it is not intuitive to an ordinary user (but they are easy to reveal in Linux).
Also, the Public folder was already there in my edition of Ubuntu (9.04). It must be a default folder, now.
I'll think about it, thanks.