Finally got around to generating nightly statistics on the websites I host; in the past, I've usually used Analog or Webalizer, but a friend of mine mentioned AWStats when I was in the process of setting up his new election website (if you live in Brandon, go, uh, vote, 'n stuff), so I decided to take a look. Not too shabby, has a nice sane set of defaults out of the box, and seems to lend itself well to doing processing for multiple virtual hosts. I'll have to see how it looks after a few months of logs have been ground by it.
Yay! They've finally pushed out a release that plays well with PHP's new register_globals default (when enabled, it creates global variables named after parameters passed via the HTTP request; it doesn't take a very crafty person to think of exploits related to that). The new default is off (good), but a LOT of software out there relies on the old behavior, even though the safer means of accessing this data has been around for a while. That was the last piece of PHP-driven software I needed to get converted so I could disable register_globals once and for all, which I've finally done.