So I finally got around to setting up a script that
rsyncs my Bazaar-NG branches nightly. (I would have just done a cron script that does bzr pull sftp://[...], but the ssh binary on the webserver is freakishly old and not openssh) I also have a human-readable version, courtesy of bzr's webserve plugin. There you will find the links to the respective repositories. If the link doesn't work, try installing pycurl, as it seems that the non-pycurl code doesn't handle 302 redirects very well. One of these days I'll (try) to get trac installed (because I dislike webserve's interface, and bug reporting capabilities are also a plus), but that means I have to run it via CGI. Stupid admins not enabling FastCGI even though it's installed and even says so in the server signature.
Of particular note is the TracAtomPP branch, which as one can (maybe) guess, adds support for the Atom Publishing Protocol to Trac. This is something that I've been working on lately, in order to give myself a break from xmingw porting. So far, I've got a good chunk of the base done, and I'm currently working on the wiki "collection" module.
On the subject of xmingw, if anyone could test out the xmingw branch with layman, it would be appreciated (because I would like to know if its bzr support works yet).