I enjoy the process of sharing some of my work as open source. One of my more successful efforts in that area has been Hobocopy.
Like most (really, all) software, it's not done. There are any number of things I'd like to add to it, and I still get occasional requests from people for enhancements or bugfixes. But, due to one thing and another, I just haven't been able to get around to doing any work on it for months. So I'm asking you, dear LazyWeb, if you know of anyone who would be interested in adopting this poor, neglected, digital offspring of mine.
I'm open to whatever arrangement that maintains the MIT nature of the license, so if you'd rather move the code somewhere else or transfer the copyright, that's cool with me. Or we can keep it where it is and I can set you up as a contributor.
Hobocopy is written in C++. Not very good C++, mind you, but C++ skills are still required. Although with sufficient work, we could probably factor out the bit that needs to be in C++ and rewrite everything else in C#. I'm happy to help with design direction via email, I just don't have time to hack.
Anyway, let me know if you're interested. It's a good tool and I'd love to see someone pick it up and move it forward.