Since OpenStreetMap is going to have a few days of downtime I was pondering what other thing, other than mapping, I could do to help keep moving the project forward. I've decided I'm going to spend my time going through the bugs on MapDust (http://www.mapdust.com/) and marking invalid bugs. The idea is that if we can get through the cruft in MapDust, it will make finding and squashing legitimate bugs much easier. Based on my anecdotal experience, probably a good 70%+ of the bugs there are invalid. Getting rid of all those bugs is one way we can continue helping improve the state of OSM while we can't actually map. A few other things I may do is just take pictures of areas and jot down notes, such as street numbers, so that when the servers come back online I'll have a wealth of data to begin entering. If anyone else has any ideas of ways to help in the meantime please post.