Although I posted the last list of additions to the page of people with online papers in philosophy just a week or two ago, there have been a number of notable additions since then. Brendan Jackson, post-doc at ANU, has posted some papers on logical form and on fictionalism. Two recent ANU graduates, Lisa Bortolotti and Nic Damnjanovic now have pages (check out Nic and Stuart Candlish's monster paper on 20th-century theories of truth). And Scott Soames has posted a big crop of papers (including a paper on ambitious two-dimensionalism and another on the necessary a posteriori that may be of interest to people who read my discussion of his book on two-dimensionalism earlier this year). Other new additions include Randolph Clarke, Niko Kolodny, Hallvard Lillehammer, and Veronique Munoz Darde. Thanks again to Ming Tan.
I think we've now reached the point where well over half the research-active people in most areas of analytic philosophy have online papers and are included on this page. I was told recently that in a hiring meeting in a good department looking to make a mid-level appointment in one of these areas, it was suggested that to find candidates, they should "go down Chalmers' list". I've occasionally heard similar things about conference invitations and the like. So, if you don't have papers online, you may be missing opportunities for professional advancement! Maybe that can serve as some incentive for the holdouts.
Update: Also Robert Van Gulick (with four papers on consciousness and two consciousness conference movies!), Linda Martin Alcoff (thanks to Mark Barber for these two), Kwame Anthony Appiah, and Adrian Piper.