I've often thought that it would be interesting to see software teams do indie band style pictures along with their releases. I'd like to see the people who write my software. I know hundreds of people who release libraries and tools, apps, demos and games, drivers and converters and utilities--yet they never really show up.
Long after the death of the album as a physical medium, we still expect to see who made the sounds contained within the music. They are seated in a semi-circle, posed at different levels, wearing plaid; they have their backs to one another at the counter of a bar; they are lined up in a wheat field and captured with a hazed filter on the lens; they have neck beards or wear scarves; they want you to notice their glasses and have washed their hair and styled it in order to look like they haven't; they do their best not to smile; they are arranged like the spokes of a wheel as the camera looks down from above on their laughing faces.
When I download version 1.3 of your software, I want an album cover. I want to feel like I've encountered something human, something created. I want to watch your style change over subsequent releases. I'd like to see some of what we know as 'the band' happen in software.
That's what I'd do.