I managed to hose my primary computer nicely a couple of days ago, trying to upgrade the gnome desktop from 2.8 to 2.10. With complete confidence, I neglected to keep my old installation around, and in my new installation nautilus and gnome-panel crash the moment they start. I've burned countless hours the past two days trying to solve the problem, but I'm at a complete loss. I'm about to the point of re-installing a distro (I was on an old Fedora Core 1 installation) to get a fresh start -- all my personal data is safely on the home partition. Quite frustrating, as I'm sure it's something silly, like linking against the wrong version of some library... I just don't know how to properly debug it.
Once I get this resolved, I'll start updating the site again. I also started working on a new look for the site. The front page will be a two column look, maybe the rest of the pages too. The advantage being that forums, mailing lists, features, etc, will be visible on the front page. It's probably a month or two away from going live.
Okay, time to start downloading some iso's. I'm tired of fighting my broken Garnome installation.