I mentioned yesterday I was working on a package for Navit, a route navigation system for Linux. This morning I worked out the kinks in it with Adam Pigg, who requested the package, and one of the upstream developers. They integrated some of my patches into upstream and fixed some of the issues I'd noticed - see revisions 1902, 1901, and 1900, and I cleaned up a few other things and sent the package through. It will be in Cooker and 2009 /contrib/backports soon. It comes with a demonstration map of Munich, but you can get maps for most other places, and configure the display in quite a few different ways, so check out the Wiki for more information on it. Might be an interesting thing to use on a netbook in a car.
I also sent through the package for Kiax 2.1 beta 1 to Cooker, so now only wxhaskell is holding out with a wxGTK 2.6 dependency; I still haven't sorted out the strange bug I have with the wxGTK 2.8 build yet, hoping to find some time to look at that soon.
And, of course, I did the forums. But I took a couple of hours off to watch Canada win the world junior hockey championship. Hah - take that, Swedes.