UPDATE: I've decided to change this project and make it a Tiger app shop instead. Why? Off the top of my head, here's a list: Tiger is actually used on PowerPC Macs bc of performance. No one uses Panther for anything The website is guarenteed to display correctly on TenFourFox, and on top of that, I can make a FoxBox and it can feel like an app It should be easier to find apps for it I don't know why I didn't do this to start... I mean, the PowerPC Archive is moving towards Leopard and Intel it seems (with macArchive), so we need a Tiger source for apps. I guess I thought there was already something like this. ORIGINAL INFORMATION: Uh oh, here we go again . Recently, I've been working with Wordpress a lot, and an idea just hit me - this if perfect for making a Panther app store. Why not? I can easily manage categories, featured apps, even comments and ratings, so much easier than I could have done manually. So, I'm announcing the beginning of the development for a Panther App Shop. Don't get your hopes too high. It's going to be a website, not an app, which should be loadable with Classillia. However, I plan to give it an app-store like interface with all the apps listed in the Panther Thread, as well as additional suggestions below, as long as you pair them with download links. Why am I doing this? I don't care about PowerPC much anymore, let alone Panther. Truth is, this is a great community, and if I can contribute a few hours every weekend to something like this, why wouldn't I? I like working with wordpress and I think it'll be fun to design the interface and a challenge to keep it easily loadable for old Macs. I look forward to helping the Panther community and making a tool that (hopefully) people use. If anyone can help with the project or has suggestions, I'd appreciate it. I don't yet have a timetable for a release date, but expect it to take awhile, because, as I said, I just plan to work on this a little every weekend. I've just got this thread up to hear suggestions 'n' stuff.