I'm going on vacation in a couple of days, and before that, I'm trying to tick off at least a few of the bigger items on my ToDo list. I was hoping for a first Trice preview (now that ARC is slowly getting stable), but this will have to wait until September. However, I managed to get another component that's been on my list for ages into a demo-able state today: A SPARQL/ARC-based faceted browser (test installation at Semantic CrunchBase).
It's an early, but working (I think ;) version. A template mechanism for the item previews is still missing, but I'm already quite happy with the facet column. The facets are auto-generated (based on statistical info and scope-detection), but it's also possible to define custom filters (for more complicated graph patterns, see screenshot below). Once again, SPARQLScript simplified development, thanks to its placeholders for parameterized queries.
I think I'm going to use the browser for a first Trice bundle. It's not too sophisticated, but builds on several core features such as request dispatching, RDF/SPARQL-based views and forms, basic AJAX calls, and cached template sections.