Yikes, been a while. I drifted from the scene for a while there... Got too many other interesting things going on that distract me (is this what's known colloquially as "a life"? ;) ).
As far as Free Software, most of my time is spent either hanging out in IRC (to the extent that counts as a contribution to the cause) or, typically more productively, checking packages for the Debian IPv6 Project. I always go for the packages that either obviously have no network component, or that are likely to not be IPv6-compliant and are likely easy to prove such. I'm not qualified to proclaim something compliant, but it's a lot easier to pick through things like the CPAN module that lets you write Perl programs in Latin, and proclaim them entirely networking-free.