Below are a set of five patch reviews. I don't have any patch to push for at this point, so these patch reviews are just for you to read and enjoy. Thanks everybody for developing and maintaining Python. I wouldn't know what to do without it.
Patch [ 853890 ] Optional keyword unicode args not handled correctly The skipitem function in Python/getargs.c misses code for several argument formats. This patch solves one of them ('u' and 'u#'), patch 985713 solves another one ('w'). There are several more that need to be solved. I've asked the patch contributor to write a complete patch, including all missing formats. This patch is rather straightforward and solves a serious problem, so I'd recommend accepting it once it is complete.
Patch [ 1167316 ] a fix for doctest crash when it is ran on itself doctest.py in Lib fails when it is run on itself. The error is due to missing "import doctest" statements and similar small problems in the doctest docstrings. Patch seems to work correctly.
Patch [ 1166780 ] Fix _tryorder in webbrowser.py In webbrowser.py, a user can override the default list of web browsers to be opened by setting the BROWSER variable. Currently, if BROWSER is set, the default list is not used at all. The patch contributor notes that if BROWSER is set incorrectly, this may result in no browser being opened at all. While this is true, seeing a different browser open instead of the one specified in BROWSER may lead to confusion, and may lead to future bug reports saying "webbrowser.py ignores the BROWSER variable" if a user sets BROWSER incorrectly. So my suggestion is to at least print a warning message if the browser specified in BROWSER cannot be used, and then proceed by opening one of the default browsers.
Patch [ 764221 ] add set/getattr interface to tkFont.Font objects This patch has already made it into Python2.4, so I think this patch can be closed.
Patch [ 1163314 ] the quotes page on the Web site links to something broken The patch writer is correct that the link is broken, but it's not a Python bug. I've suggested him to write to the web master.