This is something I've given a lot of thought to the last couple months, and I think it's the right thing to do: I'm going to turn the CodeKeep add-ins into open-source projects, both the VS.NET 2003 version and the VS 2005 version.
This is an important step in the growth of CodeKeep. Up until now I've been the only one working on CodeKeep and like any other side project, it is becoming increasingly hard to set aside time to continue adding new features. So what better way to improve the CodeKeep offering than by moving them into the open-source domain.
I don't know exactly when this will officially occur, but it will be soon. I'll still be involved, and I'm not opening the web site and database, but I'm hoping other people will drive the evolution of the add-ins. I'll probably use CodePlex as the open-source hosting provider, but that's not quite set in stone.
Stay tuned for further announcements on this topic.