Our current http://drupal.org/cases section is very sad. We should make it show off how awesome Drupal can be with pictures, how-tos, case studies, and more!
The goal of this sub-project is to build an expertise/reputation system which will: a. expose all the different types of contributions (including non-code ones, which can't be measured by simply counting data in database) b. expose field of expertise of individuals, to make it easier to understand "who is who", who is active in which field, whose opinion is backed up by expertise in this specific field c. encourage more ...more »
Show upcoming events in your area, show what events people are going to on their profile, show a map of events around the world, etc.
groups.drupal.org has never been updated to use the new theme used on drupal.org I realise this is a big task as it requires a lot of customization but it'd be great to have consistency through the drupal.org sites.
http://drupal.org/make-drupalorg-awesome outlines the current community collaboration process on Drupal.org, which is awesome but doesn't cover everything, notably Git, Solr, etc. pieces. We need a full staging environment to allow the community to hack on things in those areas, as well as to ensure Drupal.org deployments go smoothly.