I have been told that the demonstrations I developed for the Demonstration Projet are constrained in their size by the necessity to keep them small enough so that the the flash file created for web browsers works well. Unfortunately that constrained size doesn't work well for interactive viewing on a PC, where there is no reason that a large visual display with more vivid text and graphics, can be used. WHat I have been doing is developing larger applications , converting them to .nbp files to be used on MAthematica player, then providing a link to these enhanced files on my own site. This seems a little inefficient and not really in the interests of the Demonstration Project. I personally would like to be able to see links to various forms of the source code to download . I can do thois on my own, but there doesn't seem to be any easy way to add these sort of links to an existing demonstartion.
One way around this would be to develop the Demonstration Project interface to permit comments, blog style, then users or the developer could make suggestions, add notes and links to new derivative works, as they emerge. Personally I'd also like to see a record being kept of the number of views - or other statistics as Youtube provides.
ANy chance of these enhancements ever happening?