Let's see, 
I changed version number for my project from 0.1.4-6 to 0.1.4-7, checked
the this is just a minor update box, pressed submit...

and got error info back...

with the original page lost apparently, 
the link
http://raa.ruby-lang.org/project/sisu/
now reads as follows:

Internal Server Error
Illegal SOAP marshal format.
WEBrick/1.3.1 (Ruby/1.9.0/2005-03-20) at localhost:7171

wrong place to report? i just spotted raa-admin / ruby-lang.org
and have written there.

It should read:

sisu / 0.1.4-7

[0.1.4-7 (2005-03-24)] [0.1.4-6 (2005-03-21)] [0.1.4-5 (2005-03-15)]
[0.1.4-3 (2005-03-11)] [0.1.4-2 (2005-03-11)] [0.1.4-1 (2005-03-09)]

Short description:  	electronic documents - file creation and database
                      populating

Category: Application/E-Documents
Status: 	functional: Linux/Unix beta, some parts more mature than
          others
Created: 	2005-03-09 18:54:27 GMT
Last update: 	2005-03-21 01:36:22 GMT
Owner: 	Ralph Amissah (Projects of this owner)
Homepage: 	http://www.jus.uio.no/sisu/SiSU/
Download: 	http://www.jus.uio.no/sisu/SiSU/download
License: 	GPL
Dependency: 	
Requires: #varies/0.0 	external apps: tetex, postgresql etc. see notes
Description: 	

A command line driven (batch processing) document generator with:
minimal (simple & mnemonic) markup requirements (which include the
possibility of providing Dublin core or other semantic information about
each document); multiple output options (file creation & database
populating: including ascii, html, XML, LaTeX, pdf, and populating of
postgresql relational database) all outputs sharing a common citation
numbering system.

The database loading feature is not required but provides additional
possibilities, for example for database searches the database is
populated such that database match results are available at a text
object (roughly paragraph level) either as an list of documents together
with: linked object citation numbers for all text objects (paragraphs)
matched; or displayed text for each text object (paragraph) matched.

markup in favourite editor, vim syntax highlighting file provided

share output off: filesystem, web, database

SiSU is not for technical documentation.

Summary
http://www.jus.uio.no/sisu/SiSU/1#summary

Book Samples
http://www.jus.uio.no/sisu/SiSU/2#books

Markup Examples:
http://www.jus.uio.no/sisu/SiSU/2#markup

Markup Syntax summary:
http://www.jus.uio.no/sisu/sisu_markup_table/markup

SiSU development dates back to many years.

man pages, interactive help (and example marked up documents) provided.

Thanks,
Ralph