There have been some ideas circulating on the PdMailingList about a "Web Site about the use of pd" - generally speaking we are missing a forum to share pd patches and to announce or document our works done with pd. I put this quotation from Nicolas Lhommet at the list as a starting point:
[...] I'm always thinking "It would be nice to get a lot of examples from the different users, and i'm sure someone else has done this or that before". It's nice to re-invent the wheel, it helps you to understand better, but sometimes, I would like to go on an website, click on "users/generic/reverbs" and find fifty differents reverb patches, with a little description of each patch and the mail adress to contact the person. Or "external/control" to find an external for joystick control. The Pure Data Base is a search engine so you can't easily access to the whole list of files with arborescence. A website which collects informations about a lot of projects, with patches (even buggy), would be nice. And why not : collected informations about specific soundcard/system, like "I got a Soundblaster AWE64 with Redhat 6.2, I got glitches, but with options "- frags 5 -fragsize 11" and OSS drivers, it's allright". And a big links page with different sections : projects, external, sound drivers, useful signal theory, ... Yes, we got Miller's page, http://www.pure-data.org, http://iem.kug.ac.at/pd, Guenther Geiger's links page but I think it could be a good idea to centralize this a bit more, and we should try to find the best way to share our knowledge about Pd.