I've listed a Sprint for PyCon on WSGIKit, WSGI, and Webware. It's really along the lines of the WSGI library that I mentioned earlier -- particularly oriented towards making WSGIKit a good replacement for Webware by adding all the missing pieces, doing so as WSGI Middleware. So I think it really has applicability to anyone interested in Python web programming and WSGI. Incidentally (well, maybe not so incidentally), this is what I'm presenting on for PyCon as well.
If you are interested, please add yourself to the WSGIKit Sprint Page on the Python Wiki. All you have to be is interested -- one of the goals of sprints is just to get people working together, and to help introduce new people to new code.