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Node 0.9.11 was released last week, which has more changes for the new streams API. The _read method no longer takes a callback, which means your current _read methods need to be updated to call push() instead. If you're unsure about the new API, Node's tests (in test/simple) are useful for figuring out what to do.
These updates were pulled into isaacs/readable-stream, which is a module that allows you to use streams2 in Node 0.8. If you haven't tried it yet, I recommend attempting to migrate your pre-0.10 custom streams to it, at least to prepare for Node 0.10.
clinch (GitHub: Meettya / clinch, License: MIT, npm: clinch) by Meettya is a CommonJS module to browser build system. It has a lot of features, some of which streamline working with CoffeeScript and Jade:
Builds are generated by analysing the source code
A fake global require function is not used, which means the client-side overheads are relatively low
It supports pre-compilation of Jade templates
And, it emulates Node globals, like process
The author has provided tests, but at the moment the documentation could do with some work -- it's written in English which isn't the author's native language, so perhaps someone could help him with that?
Julian Gruber sent in a whole bunch of modules, but the one I thought was cool was review (GitHub: juliangruber / review, License: MIT, npm: review). This module can be used to generate screenshots of sites according to various parameters -- you could use it to check designs at various resolutions, for example.
Julian also sent in jilla which is a command-line client for JIRA, and statsc, a browser library for graphite/statsd servers.