I have updated my .vimrc quite a lot recently and I uploaded the new version today.
The file is well-documented (IMHO at least) and contains some very handy abbreviations, short-cuts, typo-fixes and miscellaneous configuration settings which I deem very important for effective text editing. On every new Unix/Linux account I first download my vimrc (as well as my .bashrc, and my .muttrc) from my homepage to have a somewhat sane working environment...
Note: The .bashrc and .muttrc files are quite outdated at the moment, but I intend to update them soon, too. I'll announce the new versions on my config-files page.
Jamie Zawinski, former Netscape employee and later Mozilla hacker, has a nice list of "outtakes" from the Netscape 3.x/4.x source code, i.e., code comments which were removed before the Netscape code was released and then became Mozilla. Makes an interesting read.
Someone seems to hate George Lucas.
There's some important release notes there:
** WARNING: USE OF THIS ALPHA RELEASE MAY INFEST YOUR HOUSE WITH **
** TERMITES, ROT YOUR TEETH, GROW HAIR ON YOUR PALMS, AND PASTE **
** INNUENDO INTO YOUR C.V. RIGHT BEFORE A JOB INTERVIEW! **
** DON'T SAY WE DIDN'T WARN YOU, MAN. WE TOTALLY DID RIGHT HERE. **
Oleg Popov has recently started a new wiki called WiKi4All, which aims to be a catalog of wikis, where all existing wikis are listed in certain categories.
He's actively visiting loads of wikis and leaving a message for the maintainer to add his/her wiki to WiKi4All. I have already added Unmaintained Free Software there, and Crazy Hacks and Holsham Traders will follow soon.
Holsham Traders, by the way, is a realtime multiplayer trading game written in Ruby, which I'm currently developing (more on that later).