1) you won't find it in the menu, as it acts on files, not as a stand-alone app. Thus right-click on the required file and select "Upload" to start it up. We are considering enabling mintUpload to be launched stand-alone, then to use a file-selector. This feature *definitely* won't make it in time for the release.
2) This has actually been fixed in the community development version, though the fix probably won't make it into the main in time for the release. The problem again is that you're trying to run this alone. The correct syntax for the command-line (which appears as help in the newer version) is:
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issue 1) http://github.com/emorrp1/mintupload/issues#issue/1
the development wiki (aka todo list): http://wiki.github.com/emorrp1/mintupload
EDIT: also I think the notifications should stay in the top right where they are.