As you may have noticed, the LXR desperately needs to get moving again.
The last LXR release was over a year ago, yet the project still has plenty left to do. There are lots of bugs and patches on the issue tracker, and there's plenty of scope for new development, for example in giving the LXR a modern web front end or in radically improving the language understanding.
Sadly I'm no longer able to give the time to LXR that it needs, and thus am retiring as maintainer and project owner.
If LXR matters to you, and you want to see it develop and improve, please come forward to take over the reins. You can do so either directly to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via the lxr-developer mailing list.
All the best,
(Ex) LXR maintainer