I hate reinventing the wheel. I was thinking people need to share what they are doing so others don't waste time duplicating it.
We have these works in progress, but would hate to continue if others are doing them as well and are further along than we are:
Marcus Aurelius, Meditations (Entry completed and are on book four in proofreading)
Strabo's Geography (We are into book two)
The Testaments of the 12 Patriarchs (Finished and Proofread), but not put up.
Pseudo-Aristeas (The Introduction is finished, but only about two pages of text is entered)
Cicero, Duties (entered, but only partially proofread)
Basil of Caesarea, Hexaemeron (entered, but needs a major proofreading) This is also a morphologically tagged text. My sabbatical was spent writing the first two modules of a database with which to tag texts. It currently can ID 94% of Basil. This will be released when it hits 100%.
We had quite a bit of Gesenius done, but when others brought it out we gave up.
We are in a great place for access to older works because the University of Cincinnati has a fully endowed Classics department and a huge library. We also have Hebrew Union College in town. I have on my shelf a photocopy of the Niese text of Josephus that I was able to get there. If you know of a PD text, but can't find it let us try.