That Happy Hacking keyboard looks cool. Just the type of thing I need. Though I'm not sure how well it'd balance on my lap because I'm used to having the lop sided keyboard. Plus it's a bit expensive for being so small. If it was even $30, I'd understand, but it being 5 times more expensive than the inexpensive Mitsumi keyboards I've grown used to, I don't think it's worth it. I'm also not so sure about having no lip on the bottom side of the keyboard. When I get my hands rested there, I need that lip to keep my hands comfortable. Of course, they teach keyboarding in schools so that you end up with RSI instead of preventing it. They always have the keyboard to high, and your wrists in the worse possitions.
Hmmm, looking at my hand possitions, I think that if you don't have your pointer finger near straight, you probably aren't typing correctly. It may seem strange, but you'll keep your hand lined up with your arm so that you're wrists are straight instead of bent like they teach you.
Looks like you guys need to post the subversion/doc/future.texi to your web page. This actually includes a small part of what I consider a 21st century revision control system: Inter-Repository Communication. The short description you provide is good, but doesn't deal with the strong authentication required, and doesn't mention inter-project management. Oh well, I'll see what I can whip up. Sure it ain't going to be pretty, but I'm doing it more for a proof of concept type thing. If it turns into a project, so be it. It's just something that I've wanted for a year or two after some people started sending me bug fixed to my libraries that I've done.
Guess I'll let the issue drop since you're so quiet on it.