Hello everyone, I'm thinking about making a website for the Mac community this summer. I've always wondered "what could seriously help the Mac community a lot?" and I wanted to bring some of my goodness into this community, but never found. And I think I just had an awesome idea right now... well I find it awesome, but I need your opinions before throwing myself into this project. So here's the idea briefly : - You can browse through a list of Windows applications (i.e. Word 2007, MS Project, AutoCAD, BitComet, Movie Maker, ...) - If you click on one of those names, you go to a new page where it gives you a list of the alternatives on the Mac, all of them and there might be an icon next to it to be more graphical... (i.e. you click on Word 2007 and it gives you Word 2008 and Pages '09 and and others if there are others) - Then you can click on one of these, and it shows a general screenshot of the application to give you an idea of the interface (click to enlarge). Then, if I get a good server, you can browse through a maximum of say, 10 screenshots. - Below the screenshot, it gives you a non-exhaustive list of the features of the app - Then it gives general information on the app : The picture of the icon, the release date, Appoximated price (approximated because obviously it's not the *same* price in every store, right?), the developer (i.e. you click to see general informations of the developer, what apps this developper did, its logo, its website...), website of the app/developer (click to go open it in a new window / tab) I might add a small Register / Login system (not mandatory to browse the website though) for people who are interested into adding *correct* and *clean* information and applications to the website, because doing it alone would require all my time this summer and well... I have other things to do. Yes, in some way the word Wiki is appropriate, but once again, I don't know if I should code the whole website myself or just use a basic wiki sample (i.e. mediawiki). Obviously I'm looking into making a nice, simple, clean and Mac-ish design for such website, because it's very Mac-oriented. If I remember well, mediawiki's skins are awful to change so I think I'd build the whole website myself for convenience. The purpose, for those who still wonder, would be to help switchers determine which apps they need once they're on a Mac platform to do the equivalent of what they were doing before on Windows. I've noticed some users seem lost after switching and they're asking everyone what app does this and that. I even myself digging on Google to see which app does the equivalent of MS Project for instance, and I've switched for more than 3 years now... Ideas? Constructive comments? People who wish to help? You're all welcome.