Well, aside from now pretty much running all EL7 on anything that it will run on, VMs included, and a massive security audit involving going over SELinux policies and firewall rules, I have had quite the time computing.
Got a repo up for Fedora 20 and EL7. Sofar not too bad. Had a private one (well was public but never showed anyone how to get to it). Cleaned it up a bit and redid it so its public. The focus is on getting software available to EL7. So anything that isn't there is getting a query for srpms to rebuild. If I have to go manual, or if the software is so new compared to whats there in the Fedora repos, I will host the newer version. Priority for srpms is current release then as a last resort the rawhide rpms. This has been working as a safe policy for nearly a decade of rolling up rpms.
Redid my vm running Mumble and other things. Not a Debian fan in the slightest. Reloaded it with CentOS 7 and its rocking hard. A bit better performance too. Kernel and better packages may be the cause... (had a few flaky .debs that I think were being a PITA. Never learnt how to do .debs well). A bunch of services are now finally offered officially and correctly. Those who are to have access have been notified in one fashion or another.
Fixed my VM server somewhat. Some bad SELinux policies and permissions and firewall settings. Also applies to all VMs I host here as well. All hail KVM and tuned!
Now its just to migrating my website and email (I know, been saying this for years now, literally).