Hey guys - I finally got ahold of some brand new, server-class hardware with a decent pile of RAM to handle iTunesRegistry, thanks to the people who have donated to it. So, obviously go back and check it out. http://www.itunesregistry.com But, the big news is, as promised, I've made the code freely available to the internet with the hope that others out there will take part in putting up their own little ideas for stats and charts. I've set up a code.google.com account for people to mess around with. It's been open-sourced for about 2 days now, so don't expect it to be spit-polished. http://code.google.com/p/itunesregistry As far as I can tell, this is the first open-source website, where users contribute code. That's kinda neat, don't you think? Well, we'll see. (I obviously don't let the internet have direct access to the server, or anything, but I'll update it regularly myself after spying the code) Hopefully you guys will wanna poke around, especially those of you who are interested in learning how php+mysql works a little better.