I have not actually announced it, but I have let Robert Schumann, aka gutmensch, handle the main part of the tcz repo since I am occupied with the scms. And the best help I can give overall is not to meddle and let him tend to it unless my help is solicited.
But I will update the audit script, I plan to simplify it a little, since it really does not need to try to verify .desktop files for one, as it is always giving false negatives on that. I am considering adding in the 'check for library breakage' routine, but as it is now the data for that is made on my own mirror at home, and is not real time with ibiblio. Which means it can do as much harm as good if someone has a good extension that will not break the repo but the data is old and falsely states that breakage would occur. It is good for my personal use, and perhaps to run against existing stuff knowing that the data used may not be current. But if not in real time with the repo, it doesn't need to be in the audit routine.