I have a target aff tracking script for Mudlet, which I used on my old system. The framework for this was created by Ramiel/Ixban (we collaborated on a system together, mid 2000s). I later finished it/expanded it and it got pretty good.
It is way out of date now, but I intend to resurrect it for Fortress users (or, for that matter, anyone that wishes it as it will operate completely within Mudlet).
Once I've gone through it, relearned how it works and probably modified it a bit so that the coding is up to my current day standards (I am better at lua these days), I'll release it.
It will be up to other people to use it and help make it work with current day Aetolia though.
Before I bother with all that, is there much interest in using it, and in particular, helping to make it work well? I don't have much time to play Aetolia as it is, and even less when I am working on coding projects. I'm not interested in going to the effort if no one uses it, and if no one helps by using it and reporting faults/logs (or better yet, actively fixing it and sharing the fixes), then it will never be finished and will be a waste of everyone's time - most importantly (hehe) mine.