I'm reluctant to ask this here, since it is not about TeX. However, I consider it a very useful tool when I need it, and it's a wonderful idea, I just wish it were more general.
I've used TeXample when I needed help with a complicated graphic, and I'm almost sure you have too (if you hopped on the PGF gravy train). However, I've also seen a bunch of awesome stuff done with LaTeX in general (you can tell by the pixels) and I would love nothing more than to emulate it, customize it, and
brag aboutshare it with my friends and colleagues.
Is there any specific, technical reason why TeXample cannot host generic examples of LaTeX's abilities, essentially becoming a definitive showcase of the most impressive typography that LaTeX is capable of?
I've contacted TeXample via the web-form, but I'm sure that the developers are on here somewhere and probably have a good reason one way or the other.