So let's say someone was bored over the weekend and started playing around with the youtube and flickr apis....and as they they were playing around with them they just happened to be listening to amanda palmer, and so used that as a search term in the api queries. Then they realized they had essentially created youtube and flickr clients for Amanda on Android, and thought "fuck it, why stop now?" so they went ahead and added an RSS reader for the wordpress news, the tumblr blog, and the gigpress plugin. Then they embedded a webkit browser with links to twitter, the shadowbox, myspace, etc. Then they made a little sqlite database of albums songs, with the ability to stream amanda's discography from a dropbox account.
Do you think they should continue? You know, style it up a bit, work on some performance enhancements (since they only started on saturday afternoon it was a bit of a rush job). And if they did finish it, would it need to be "approved", or should they just upload it to their Android Market account as a free app?