Do you guys think it would be a good/fun idea to do a monthly contest to see who can make the best Cocoa app that solves a particular problem each month? Participants would post a release build (so non-programmers can have fun trying out all the junk we make), in addition to the source. We could then vote on the next month's challenge and then rinse/repeat. Maybe we could even get the moderators to agree to assign the winner a custom title of "Reigning Cocoa Champion" (or some such thing) for the month. I would think that any such competition would need to somehow limit the scope of the projects to keep it as accessible/low key as possible (cap the number of lines of code perhaps?). Also, it might be cool if each project featured a specific toolkit/technology to encourage people to broaden their horizons (e.g. this month's solution must incorporate core animation, or next month it might be core audio, or distributed objects etc.) Seeing how different people approach the same challenge would be very valuable/rewarding. I think we would need to make it a point to try to keep things as lighthearted and fun as possible. Maybe we could allow for team submissions as well so people could help each other out? I'm just throwing out ideas, what do you guys think?