After unprecedented (unprecedented I tell you!) interest from the initial post about the register-decoding utility bitfield, there is now another release available.
I haven't been updating the 'blog much lately, mainly due to a bunch of recent Linux-on-Cell work.
Over the past few months, I've been using bitfield - a script to decode the fields within a register. It does neat stuff like this:
[jk@pokey ~]$ bitfield IOC_PTE 0xb80000000140031c decoding as Cell IOMMU Page table entry 0xb80000000140031c  Page protection: 0x2 [write] Coherence required: 0x1 Storage ordering: 0x3 [reads & writes] RPN: 0x1400 IOID: 0x31c
I've recently been working on a few changes to the Kopete Meanwhile Protocol Plugin, which allows you to use Kopete, the KDE instant messenger client, to connect to Lotus Sametime servers. The update has now been committed to the development branch of Kopete, and should find its way into to the main KDE 3.5 tree soon.