Thanks for not pointing me out, but it's ok. I'll clarify my intention and the reason of doing this.
First of all - I honestly believe that after putting a lot of time and effort into what I have been doing and giving it away without asking anything in return, I deserve a bit of consideration. It is not my intention to profit from my answers and mentions of Agile Toolkit, but I would like to let people know about it. I am receiving a lot of feedback even though it's very new tool out there. People who tried it say it's simple, easy to use and helped many people. Therefore I see no reason why to consider suggesting it as spam.
My knowledge is limited and that's why I try to answer the questions which I know answer to. I can't comment on other toolkits due to my limited knowledge, but if I see a question where a person is looking for the solution I answer to it.
I have gone through questions asked earlier about Frameworks in general and made sure that Agile Toolkit is also listed there as an option. Whether to vote it up or down it is decision of the users. I might have done a few mistakes where I would suggest Agile Toolkit inaccurately, but after that was pointed out I am trying to be very careful.
Final thing is that I got a note here on meta to specify my relation to the project. I always do that saying that I'm' contributor unless the question is about Agile Toolkit itself (tagged with atk4).
If anything in my actions is incorrect, violates codex or rules, I'll be happy to change that. I am glad that you can understand my motivation and I am trying to help people discover this new technology and while other users are still learning it, I'm doing most of the talking and answering.
Hopefully new users will join in and will participate more. If I see anyone whom I know misuse Stack Overflow, I always point it out. I recommend new users to use stack overflow only to ask questions here, and since the project in question is open-sourced and available to anyone that should be a right decision.