In particular, I went through all the MT templates I needed to, adding comment pages inline (as opposed to the default templates which use horrible nasty popups), fixing their usability by moving the form elements around and writing some mildly hairy logic for a nice layout on the front page. I did look at Simplecomments, but decided against it. (Of course, today I've found a rant by Tom Coates about it. Now, I'm not that bothered about building a community or whatever here, but it's interesting to see what people who do care think about it.) It also means I've enabled TrackBack; time will tell if it's useful.
I've also tidied up the optional RSS feed that contains full entries. For a long time I've been fighting a losing battle that one of the initials in RSS stands for 'Summary', but the post-NNW world seems to think that having to visit a website is a grievous affront to their human rights, and an invitation to write scrapers. (Of course, I've done a bit of that in my time, too. Ho hum.) So I caved in.
Of course, I don't update chaff anything like frequently. In the unlikely case you really want to read more by me, I tend to linkdump on 2lmc's blog these days, and there's occasionally a new photo set on stem, my photo archive, which I'm considering adding RSS to. (Yay, more removed hairy mammal covering.)
Anyway, now that's done, I can get on and actually write something.
Personal new pet peeve with blogs