Ben got subversion running -- major progress! I bugged him about it yesterday, but it turns out that he has been making progress all along, and I just didn't know. And now the egg is on my face since I'm going out of town and won't have much chance to do anything.
The trunk unfroze yesterday, so today I checked in a bunch of pending bug fixes. I've also fixed a few bugs and worked out some of the remaining issues. There's a status page.
Lately I've been dealing with a lot of libgcj patches. I write one, test it, back it out, and move on to the next. It would be convenient if, once I was satisfied that the patch was correct, I could submit it to some program that would apply it to a pristine copy of the trunk and the 3.3 branch, run the tests I'm interested in, and then send me the results. That is, automate all the annoying stuff I have to do for every patch.