Finally created a project entry for the RDTJ.
I've got two more big projects in the works:
The "Anonimatic" is a BSD-licensed Perl toolkit to find proxies, test them for anonymity, use them (a drop-in replacement for LWP::UserAgent) for web requests, forge User-Agent headers with real-world headers occurring in real-world frequencies, automatically rotate proxies during requests, etc.
The other is CorEngine, which is a PHP-based "content management system" that I'm moving to a BSD license after 2 years of development.
The Anonomatic is working, but I want more docs and more command-line tools before release 1 (I know, "release early, release often", ok ok ok soon soon).
The CorEngine project will take a bit longer to show its face (a few months probably), but it should be well worth it. It's strong enough to be an Interwoven/Vignette/eGrail/whatever-bullshit competitor, but runs well on a 486 (it's running my home page, btw).
I get a lot of use out of it for my own contracting/consulting work still, but the company we started (profitable from beginning to end) to develop and sell it is mostly on hiatus. Nothing to do with "bad economy" or "9/11" -- we simply got sick of dealing with assholes in suits. Now we're finally doing what I've always wanted to do, which is take the product open source. I'll probably get contractors to help me pay for add-ons that I'll revert to open source over time as well. Worth a shot, eh?
Anyway, there's actually a third project ongoing which the Anonimatic was written for (consider it a subroutine), but I'll leave that for later...