What have I been up to recently...
Fixed some dumbass copy'n'paste errors in PStreams - I should make time to work on it, rather than trying to do it in 5 mins late at night
Started converting the libstdc++ web pages to XHTML. It's a fairly simple process using sed, sh, vim and some scissors and glue.
Got annoyed at the MySQL people, but resisted the urge to fire off an angry email. In version 3.23.48 (I think) they made the mysqldump utility generate output that causes an error when you try to import the dump into any earlier version. Not the sort of change I expect from a minor minor revision, especially as it wasn't mentioned in the ChangeLog. The change was in the meaning of the --opt option, which from 3.23.48 onwards has the additional meaning of "make the output incompatible with all previous versions". Nice. No need to document that, no no no. You'd spoil the fun of letting people find that out for themselves. The option's supposed to have some use for the development version, 4.0, but for the stable 3.23 series it's ignored, or for older versions it means "cause an error".