Remember when gnat asked for tech reviewers for Perl Graphics Programming? Well, I agreed to. It was great fun doing it but it sure did take a lot of my time - and I only managed to review about half the book. I've never done a tech review before, and I'm not sure if I wrote too many comments or too few.
I owe diverse books a couple of reviews, most notably a review of the various Jabber books out there. I've also got a review of lcastro's book which is 98% complete and just needs me to go over it and tidy it up a bit. I'm really worried about this one as I don't want to be misunderstood about what I want to say.
I'm also working on writing documentation for Test::Builder::Tester (more on that in another journal entry) and I've started to think about the Test::Set module I proposed a few months back on perlqa.
There's numerous side projects on the go - a simple tool for extracting and processing images in Gtk, a countdown module (that shows just two - or 'n' - units of accuracy - eg "3 days, 4 hours remaining" - "2 hours, 1 minute remaining") and my script to render my CV from XML into as many formats as I can think of (HTML, text, PDF, MSWord, JPG, WML...)
Oh, and I have numerous other non Perl related projects I need to get started on - in particular coming up with a website for gravel.
It's all go go go.