Been checking the old archive pages with the W3C link checker. Not too bad, thou it seems that Dilbert and SciAm break their links after a while. It also tells you when you've missed a / on the end of a URL which saves a redirect at least.
The RIPX delay made it on the number two slot on PM (the news show on Radio 4, if you're not British don't worry). That's coverage.
Someone emailed me about Xchat code, which I haven't touched in ages. Seems someone was a little `feature optimistic' with the documentation and so I wrote a patch to bring the code up to what the documented behaviour was. It's weird reading code that I wrote years ago, but it actually made a lot of sense. Reminded me of how much C sucks for a lot of stuff, but at least the code wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be, considering I must have been about 15 then.