A lot of people have been asking my to add their projects to the repo lately, and i just want to put this out there so that we're all on the same page. Repo sunmissions are here and MUST follow the guidelines I presented. http://www.ifans.com/forums/showthread.php?t=25075 The reason I do this is because packaging for the repo is tedious. It is not fun opening up everybody's zips, reorganizing the files so that they are correct, repackaging on a *NIX machine (I use Linux now, but I am thinking about switching over to my Mac), figuring out the MD5 hash of the newly zipped package, uploading it to the server, creating an entry on the repository testing the download, and releasing the releasing the package to the wild. Just because your package has not made the repository yet does not mean that I am ignoring you. The honest truth is that after taking those two weeks of doing nothing to the iPod, I am severely behind in maintaining the repo. And while packaging one thing here and there isn't too bad, I have a lot of work ahead of me. Doing all those steps gets to be very tedious. That is the reason for the new guidelines, to help expedite the process. Very soon, I will be adding the submissions to the submissions thread to the repo. Then shortly after that, I will be going through the theme releases thread http://www.ifans.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=71 and focusing on the standouts. And again, I'm not ignoring anybody, I'm just lazy.