One thing you can be sure of in the Macintosh community — people love a challenge. Macintosh programmer Phill Ryu decided a couple of weeks ago to see what features the community could come up with before Apple unveils Mac OS X Leopard next month at WWDC. The result was over 40 entries — each entry had to incorporate a screenshot of the new features that artists wanted to see in Leopard as well as a description. The judging panel included some very well-known Macintosh developers like Wil Shipley of Delicious Monster Software, David Watanabe of NewsFire and Acquisition, Austin Sarner of AppZapper, Olivier Lanctot of Specere and John Casasanta of Inventive. Ryu announced the winners of the contest today — you can
see the winning entries on his Web site.