I've just read about a cool idea I'd like to implement for NSIS. Users send in their scripts or parts of them and we wax, polish, shine and install cool features. The SuperPiMP'ed scripts are then posted to a website along with explanations of why things were done so other users can learn how to SuperPiMP their own scripts or simply get to know cool new tricks.
I was thinking of posting that in the form of a blog as that would allow neat archiving and the ability to easily post comments. We can install WordPress on nsis.sf.net. I already have a syntax highlighter for my own blog which can be used there. The only obstacle with that would be creating a matching theme.
So if anyone is willing to take on creating a place to put up those things with syntax highlighting and comments that would also look good (doesn't have to be Wordpress), I'm willing to take a script every two to three weeks. If not, I might just implement it as another category on my own blog.
The idea is based on Prototype's pimp my code
which is in turn based on insult my code