G4's hard drive decided to die (person I bought it from had changed it to a new one, and it seemed ropey); so I have a 120Gb disk just sitting around waiting for me to have some time.
I've now taken over control of Debian's Apache packages in collaboration with two other people and we've been wading our way through the bugs, and also planning some interesting new steps that should help ease of maintainership.
I've also been cleaning up and commiting any lingering patches that we feel should be submitted back upstream.
In other news, did some evil hacks on Mailman to get the listinfo page templateable, but I'm not convinced there's a clean way of doing this the "right" way in Mailman2.1; so I haven't yet submitted the changes upstream. Looks like I'm going to be adding MySQL support to Mailman for a different customer, which could be an entertaining hack.
Built my first FreeBSD server to use Vinum the other evening, following the Bootstrapping Vimum guide. The whole process was fairly smooth, bar a few out of date bits, one of which led to us having to resort to ed(1) to fix up a config file.
Out of a sheer need to vent some of the frustration I'm feeling currently, I just wrote Whither Management? - I was originally going to write it as an article here but it turned too ranty...