I have also used the Minouri T mount. I find it a little light duty for this, but it is nice in that you can fine tune the rise.
Paul Components makes another thingy similar to the Gino light might.
I think it is intended for mounting a light off the wheel axis (it replaces one end of a wheel skewer). I got creative and fabbed this up, to mount mid fork, but I have not used it yet. It based on a Tubus fork mounting kit that I bought from the Touring Store (http://thetouringstore.com/thetouringstore/tubus-bicycle-racks-for-touring-and-commuting/tubus-fit-solutions/), and the Gino like Paul Components thingy.
I also have a Planet Bike Blaze light that I take on tour. I have had it long enough that the lettering is rubbed off. It takes two AA batteries, but I think it has to be brighter than the 45 lumen Blaze 1/2 Watt that it resembles. If you are serious about night riding, it pays to take two lights: one on your handle bars and one on your helmet. For touring, I might mount a Blackburn Voyager 3.3 on my helmet. I don't know if the Voyager 3.3 is still in production, but it is small, light, runs on 4 AAA batteries, and most import for a helmet light--it has a really tight beam. I try not to tax night riding when on tour, but "things do happen".