I'll take this opporturnity to point out the way which the DocBook Sanitizer on EBN visualises the results of the nightly runs.
The site consists of a few "navigation" (each of which mainly consists of a table showing some 'product' and the number o issues in that 'product') pages and lots'n'lots of "reports" for the individual application.
The page for KDE 3.5 gives you the totals plus the issues within each KDE module. Note that this table can be sorted by clicking on the column headers: in particular, clicking on the "Issues" header will generate a nice "curve" of bars (the length of each corresponds to the relative number of issues), which gives a pretty good idea of whether there are a few really nasty modules or whether it's spread relatively even over them.
Clicking on e.g. kdenetwork shows you the stats for each application - clicking on each application shows you the actual "report", where you can see which checks it did, whether/what failed and (in case something was b0rked) telling you why you should care about what the report says. ;-)
Since all of those pages are generated from the very same PHP Script (which in turn reads all the information from a SQL database), presenting this information in other formats is quite simple to implement. For instance, at the bottom of each page you will find a link to a corresponding RSS feed, which contais the same information as the page you're viewing.
Since those RSS URLs actually refer another PHP script, you can just stick them into your favorite RSS aggregator (*cough*KNewsTicker*cough*) and they will always be up to date.
Okay, enough advertising. :-)
for those who aren't familiar with him, frerich is the fellow responsible for knewsticker (the only news feed app that comes with it's own desktop environment! ;) among other things in kde. these days he works over at froglogic which is very cool little company staffed by a number of kde "old timers".