I'm moving some of my side projects into a darcs repository, at http://darcs.idyll.org/~t/projects/. Hopefully this will solve my dilemma: I want to make the source available, but dislike tarballs and pservers. This way they're even in a version-controlled format, and people can easily send me patches. Hooray!
Right now only my PostgreSQL session stuff for Quixote & my two simple WSGI projects are posted.
I still like Darcs just as much as I did yesterday ;).
p.s. Ian, I do like your idea of a WSGI reference library. Just didn't have anything to add other than "me too!" I know, you didn't expect restraint from me on a mailing list... sorry ;).
p.p.s. cdfrey, I agree that Web programming is nasty, brutish, and way too time consuming. I never did like mucking around with strings, even once I found languages other than C. Still, it's a necessary evil these days. I think the trick is to find a language & framework that fits your needs and your style, and then build on that.