You would be welcome to look if I had.
If you’re interested at all, my original plan was to make a list of current SAFE sites (just replicating the list here on the forum but on the network so it’s slightly more user friendly.)
Obviously this could be a static html page, but then why not make it’s so it’s easily updatable, rather than having to upload a new file for every update?
This is where the Mutable Data comes in, thus needing the NodeJS API.
To take it further, why not categorise the list? Now we need a database on the MD.
Why not let people add their own sites to the MD? Now we have issues (if not necessarily problems at this stage) with permissions.
So, instead of all that, why not encourage people to make details of their site available in RDF, (as far as I understand this is the kind of potential RDF has, even if this use case isn’t a very good example) and then use the network itself as the database? Now we’re looking at designing a search engine, and we’re running into issues of trust as to whether people are categorising their sites correctly. So by this stage I’m just trying to design an open source search engine with zero knowledge!
(I’m not really trying to do that)
Just going through my thought process here though cos it seems crazy how quickly one can go from a very simple, easy idea, to something really hard!