Dave Walker has a comprehensive view of the entire event so far at The Primates Meeting.
Jonathan Petre has blogged again, see Reeling on the ropes.
The Living Church has filed Amid Lowered Tensions, Primates Review Draft Covenant by George Conger. He notes:
At the 2005 meeting in Northern Ireland, 14 primates declined to receive the Eucharist with Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold. In Dar es Salaam, the formerly recusant primates of the West Indies, Pakistan, Central Africa, Congo and Tanzania received with Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori, as did the new primate of the Indian Ocean. The primate of Sudan, who in 2005 did not receive, is absent from Dar es Salaam. Two primates who arrived late to the meeting, representing the Philippines and Myanmar, were not present for the controversy.
Different times, circumstances and people prompted this change, one Global South leader noted, adding however that the resumption of eucharistic fellowship by some did not represent a relaxation of opprobrium for the actions of The Episcopal Church.
Episcopal News Service has filed two reports by Matthew Davies
Seven ‘Global South’ Primates refuse to share Holy Communion
Primates discuss Covenant, Listening Process; continue Windsor consideration
Anglican Journal has 7 conservative primates refuse to take communion with fellow leaders
Global South Anglican has published A Confused Report: Initial comments on the Communion Sub-group Report by Michael Poon.
titusonenine has published In Defense of Rowan Williams: An Alternative Explanation for the Infamous Gang of Four Committee Report by Craig Uffman.
Caro Hall has more blog reflections here.
Tobias Haller has this to say.
Late addition: BBC Setback for Church conservatives should have been included here also.