So a while ago, around the end of October, I think, I had my first patch accepted. If you've ever used GSynaptics, you know it can be useful for configuring scrolling on your laptop's touchpad. When someone asked me where xorg.conf was so he could set the speed and acceleration on his touchpad, I told him to just use GSynaptics, at which point he informed me that it can't do that. A few days later, I had a working patch for it, and after a bit of fighting with Subversion that neither the project owners nor the Sourceforge.jp admin could explain, I emailed the patch to one of the developers and it was committed.
For now, the only way to get it is to check it out from subversion.
sudo aptitude install subversion svn checkout http://svn.sourceforge.jp/svnroot/gsynaptics/gsynaptics
then compile it (it'll be in a directory called "trunk").
A deb is forthcoming, I promise. I just forget how exactly to make debs, so I have to go bug Nick to teach me again.