Monday night I put out a new version of HTML-Tree. I'd been dreading it for well over a year, because I had a whole mess of half-baked half-implemented ideas for it. But it wasn't really so bad -- diff -u to the rescue, and three or four hours of poking at it. I think it was good having a fresh perspective at all, i.e., without being too close to the code. I remember something Ray Bradbury once said -- something about the best thing you can do with your story is to put it in a drawer for a year, and then take it out and look at it. Not exactly a great approach to "rapid development", but there's something to it.
And last night, I ventured into non-Perl things, by editing and proofing the manual and English template file for CDex, my favorite (and open source) CD ripper. Many improvements made; and hopefully few errors added.