I have always felt assigning copyright over to the FSF (or anyone else) was a bad idea. I think that message shows why.
Therefore, I diverted some of the programming energy towards an old project, called Uqbar.
You can see a couple of screenshots here
The python shelve module is too limiting for the database needs of KRsN, so I'm moving it to SQLite and PySQLite.
While this adds another dependency, it's a small one, and the coding becomes way simpler. So, I'm doing it, because fighting against the tools is foolish, and shelve was not doing it without a fight :-)