No, the intelligence agency is not messing with KDE, this blog is about CIA Open Source Notification System. It provides a web page and some bots like the one present at #kde-commits where you can dig info about commits of KDE and a zillion other different projects.
With the change to SVN the #kde-commits bot stopped working, i contacted the #cia guys and they said we were in our own, either we helped debuging the mail parser or installed one of the cia clients on our SVN server.
He wanted us to debug the mail parser because "I only added KDE mail parser to help CIA bootstrap (read get more exposure)", so i had a look at the mail parser and everything seemed fine, after all the SVN commit mails are 99.99% similar to the CVS ones. So as the CIA server itself was not working because they were rebuilding the DB i thought i'd wait and see if it worked.
Today it was clear the mail parser was not working (#kde-commits bot was still silent) so i entered #cia again and after some messages i saw
<CIA-9> micah * r8234 cia/mail/ (dot_procmailrc filter_kde.py): KDE's filter script no longer works properly. Remove it, since it's easier to just give up the special treatment and have them install a real client script.
So all the CIA and #kde-commits fans you better convince our admins to install the svn client if you still want to see that services work.
For me it has been clearly demostrated that we got used by CIA when they needed some exposure and now that they don't need us anymore nothing stops them to throwing us away, IMHO not a nice move.
UPDATE: Dirk fixed it, so thanks a lot, next time coolo says "no" i'll speak to you before making it a state afair :-D