Just want to toss my hat into the praise-ring -- v. glad that Advogato's sticking around. Also glad that wingo announced, on guile-user, that he's still maintaining guile-lib and that the new version will export SSAX/SXML's support for custom parsers. That's like 500 new test cases I can add to SDOM!
There's a new release of SCSS (0.2.2) hot off the presses over at http://www.nongnu.org/scss/ The main revelation this time around had to do with the way I obtain specific style information from more general properties -- I was erroneously preferring specific matches on nearby nodes to better but more general matches further up the tree. Buh. A bunch of other new stuff, though, too.
And likewise a new version of libRUIN (0.1.3), which can be found at http://www.nongnu.org/libruin/, and which feels like it has a million new things in it. Really, though, it's mostly CSS correctness stuff and compatibility with different versions of its supporting libraries, but there's some cool shit in there, too, like SIGWINCH handling, which I'm extra proud of.
It's been a while since I posted -- my European trip was delightful, as were my hosts from the Skolelinux project. A nicer bunch of guys you could not hope to meet.