And another thing... what are the chances of getting all of the examples ported to flashdevelop? I can't justify forking out big money on the Adobe suite, and decompiling the code for existing widgets is a pretty slow way of working out how they are implemented. The whole widget development stream needs to be kick-started again, and standardizing and simplifying widget development would make it a lot easier for people to pitch in. I'm coming from a mainframe and desktop-C background, this whole Flash thing does my head in - why are there so many different ways and flavors of flash development??!?
(Clunky method to look at the source code : View a widget on chumby.com, look at the source and find the "swfobject.embedSWF("/xml/moviefile?id="" line, then open a page using "www.chumby.com/cml/moviefile?id= " while running eventviewer to capture where the swf file is placed, then decompile it using "JPEXS Free Flash Decompiler". I'm going to install the debugging flash/shockwave some time today, that might make it easier ).