I will continue to update the 9k/10k/20k/30k repositories as things are released, but will likely not do any more custom packages for the old releases.
Fedora Legacy has been very slow at packaging updates. I was expecting them to do many more updates. Hopefully they will get things going.
As for 10001, it was originally delayed because I was expecting Dag to push out a few kernel-module RPMs, but he got wrapped up in other things. There was some conflict between Dag & ATrpms with respect to how to package modules and it wound up making them incompatible. Dag was going to re-write all his kernel-module spec files, but this is a huge project that he hasn't completed. Hopefully when he creates them for FC3 they will also be compatible with older releases. I don't mean to sound too harsh on Dag here--his work is great and a major component of BLAG releases. Thanks Dag. :)
I did many releases of 20k alphas, but none were ever good enough for me to call them stable--I preferred new users to use 10k over 20k. That said, I have been running 20k for months without any real problems. Also, if I call something "alpha" it means that upgrading from it may be a bit messy.
My main focus moving forward will be on 30k. I plan to make it so you can cleanly upgrade from 9k and 10k to 30k. I'll try to make it clean with 20k as well, but no promises there. I have set up a 30k repository already. It has /many/ FC3 errata RPMs already and I've copied tons of RPMs from FreshRPMs. Many of the FreshRPMs packages won't be in BLAG final, but I put them there anyway.
I've fallen quite a bit behind on 30k though. For 20k I had made versions based on FC2-test releases (e.g. I made blag versions even before FC2 was released). For FC3 I haven't even installed the thing yet. I've been quite wrapped up in the server seizure and bringing a /lot/ of new boxes online.
I have made some "infrastructure" changes that will allow us to work more cooperatively on development now. The development servers are in a co-location facility instead of my basement now. That means I can roll an .iso and make it immediately available. I'll also make more of the development directories available for people who really want the bleeding edge. It also has a ton more space. There is 1.7 terabytes available on the server (it's also used for other projects such as indymedia).
That said, I'm looking for a volunteer to maintain the RPMS.errata dir for a few weeks while I'll be mostly disconnected. This will be late December & early January. I could just cron it up, but I prefer to do it by hand. It isn't difficult to do, but if something goes haywire, you need to know how to fix things (e.g. if a package happens to break stuff, you have to remove it and regenerate the apt-get stuff). If you're interested, please mail me at email@example.com
and give me some background on your "qualifications". I have a few folks in mind already. :)