Alright, the stress of the release and its aftermath with respect to the New Website is getting lower. We even were explicitly mentioned for that during the introduction to the category Outstanding Contribution to Open Source/Linux/Free Software at this year's Linux New Media Awards.
Given that the Webmaster Team is much more energetic and lively these days I will shift a bit of my efforts to stable RC bug squashing again. I came to the conclusion that working on lenny RC bugs doesn't gain much of appreciation or real turnaround, and given that my time is limited I started to switch over to work on squeeze RC bugs. This is the list of bugs that I squashed last week (actually, marked them as invalid/not affecting squeeze):
549054: Still uses gmime2.2, not relevant for squeeze.
549056: Still uses gmime2.2, not relevant for squeeze.
549057: Still uses gmime2.2, not relevant for squeeze.
549058: Still uses gmime2.2, not relevant for squeeze.
554310: FTBFS with binutils-gold, not relevant for squeeze.
554557 FTBFS: undefined reference to symbol 'gzclose', not failing in squeeze.
596569: Depends on xview, not relevant for squeeze.
I hope to be able to keep up that pace for a few weeks (currently there are 168 RC bugs in squeeze listed), and hopefully being able to motivate others to also support our stable release instead of only working on unstable.