I've arrived about a week late to the party, but there are now some shiny new releases of Almanah, Hitori, Totem/totem-pl-parser (with my I'm-Bastien-Nocera
hatbeard on) and libfolks for people to use and abuse. (Versions: 0.9.0, 0.3.2, 3.3.92, 3.3.92 and 0.6.8, respectively.) Many thanks to all the people who've done all the work on them this cycle (including all the bug fixing and running around which I was supposed to do; sorry about that).
Why so late? I was busy. University has been keeping my work queue full up for the past few months, and it's not going to ease off until June. Doing all these releases has made me realise what a bad maintainer I am for projects like Almanah. It's used by many people, but has seen few releases recently, and even less development work (basically none of which has been done by me). There's an ongoing plan to modernise its design, and I'm sad that I can't put any time into making this happen.
I'm putting Almanah up for adoption. Wanted: an enthusiastic new maintainer with big ideas for the project's future. It's a reasonably stable project, with a well documented, if a little crusty, code base. There's plenty of scope for new features, and I'll try and guide you as appropriate. Let me know if you're interested! If not, Almanah will continue to limp along as best I can manage.