Nice to see you awake again.
On the topic of maintenance, here's an idea that might be worth a couple days perusal. SmaugFUSS, AFK, and the Star Wars FUSS codebases all share a lot of common code, right? Since they all derived from Smaug, I would think they have more code in common than not.
Have you ever considered merging them all into a single codebase with #ifdef's to determine which behaviors and modules are included?
IE: By default, you compile and get SmaugFUSS. If you #define AFK, it enables all the AFK modules and anywhere AFK does something differently than the core, the AFK version is used. LIkewise, for the star wars versions...
It would be fairly easy to MAKE such a thing, but would be very messy to clean it up so it's useful. BUT.. if you did, you'd have the advantage of a solid core where you only have to fix bugs in that common section once, instead of having to back-port fixes to all the other children.
I dunno, it's a thought. If nothing else, refuting it will make you glance at the codebases again to see how horrible a job it would be. *grin*