It doesn't improve it at all.
So properly detect and handle them.
Which is fairly useful. Now that I know about it, I should setup a new feed, OpenBSD_CVS_Sec or somesuch.
Too many negatives, unless not, ouch!
Not huge changes, but important, means it is less likely to blow up if I don't clean out my mailbox and use less memory. Also includes some improvements in the parsing of the commit message, so should be fewer "did something the parser couldn't recognize" messages. Plus a script to sync the changelog
Stupidly I don't have a good way to figure out what twitter will accept and I can't ask twitter "truncate for me" so we just have to try and fail and try again.
It means we get all the tweets, but better icons and less duplication if you follow multiple.
We at least know how much.