Well, my projects are all either lost due to hard drive crashes, or still in the larval stage. The only project I'm really actively working on right now is an implementation of congestion control exploitation in the FreeBSD 4.0 kernel (for Kirk McKusick's intensive kernel code walkthrough class).
As I write this, my major project is to reimplement the Citadel BBS software in python. I haven't gotten much past the design phase, but I do have a functioning prototype for a select()-based telnettable server. Since it uses select(), each connected session has to be cooperative and relinquish control quickly. To that end, I envision a latticework of nested dictionaries that map keystrokes to actions and printed feedback, driven by a per-session context stack.
I suppose there are better places to write this up, so I will continue to poke around and figure out what else is on here.