Here’s a cool idea: Decide to write a book on jQuery, publish it on the web while it’s still being written, then go ahead and release it under Create Commons Share Alike to promote community involvement.
Or you could just check out James Padolsey’s project since he’s working on that right now.
The whole purpose of jQuery at Dusk is to provide a book that examines and explores the advantages of jQuery and it’s position in web development.
At the time of writing, jQuery at Dusk covers some initial information about jQuery, exploration of the DOM, templates, and manipulation. The content is supported by great examples that not only demonstrate the point but are also examined from a performance standpoint.
By the time this book is completed, the reader should not only have a firm grasp of jQuery but why certain methods of achieving a specific task are better than others.
It’s an interesting model – I dig it.