Well, I committed /dev/random into Darwin on a branch. I have also been doing some clean ups to the booter, BootX (not to be confused with LinuxPPC's BootX). If I get some time I may try to get BootX booting NetBSD kernel's it should not be that hard. I would also like to get LinuxPPC kernel's running on it, but LinuxPPC will probably require a new kernel entry point.
Now that I am finally finishing up with /dev/random merge I will probably limit myself to the booter changes for the time being, so that I can put enough time into INSC. I have bunch of other Darwin stuff I want to do, but given that INSC is Darwin related, and I have been hired by Apple, a slight break for a little while may be in order ;-)
The fact that sourceforge uses geocrawler for archiving, and geocrawler does not seem to want to archive our lists is annoying me.