> I was referring to things that are in the process of > trying to get fixed. Also, maybe even things that are planned to get fixed in the > very near future. Such as, "I'm currently trying to fix chip A and this weekend I > will be working on fixing chip B."
It exists and the link was posted in this thread already. If you look around over here http://git.redump.net/mame/ you can see exactly what's being worked on. Most code submissions come with comments, and when they don't you can look at the code itself to see which device (your chips A and B) or other part of MAME it belongs in.
The git page is a much more intimate look at what's going on between MAME releases than the old WIP page was.