I'm sitting in the airport lounge at LHR (London Heathrow) and other than a small kitchen fire in a restaurant here it's not very exciting. I've been hacking today though .. and now kickoff shows suspend and hibernate entries in the Leave tab if the computer supports them (and they work =), there's initial support for desktop context (aka "activity") in libplasma and i'm working on the 800x480 shell for the maemo and an improvement to PanelSvg for visual blending between a panel and a visual extension (inspired by thinking on the N810 stuff).
The workspace context via Nepomuk is interesting: it will allow other apps to tag data for a given desktop context, get what the current active context is, create new contexts, etc in a way that will allow plasma to integrate and coordinate with extra-plasma concepts, such as contacts that are appropriate to a specific project. The idea is that you should be able to tag a contact with a project/activity/context and when you switch to that activity in plasma, then the contacts plasmoid should optionally show only the related contacts. =)
I've committed a couple of things to svn, but most of it will be committed after my flight home as I'll be working on the airplane to finish these things up. Akademy did it's job, for sure: I'm energized and hacking away! =)
I noticed while sitting here that bugs.kde.org was upgraded to Bugzilla 3 as well! It seems snappy and responsive, though there are still some issues with the theme (no saved searches in the footer, lacking colours in the search lists, etc). There are lots of nice improvements to be seen already though, and I'm sure that the remaining issues will sort out over the next week or two. Great work to all involved! =)