This is a simple suggestion for a new page on TI-Basic Developer, a list of every programmable command in TI-Basic, the Syntax, Description/How its used, and a link to the page or pages using this command. It might be a lot of work but I think its simple with a big use.
That's what the Command Index is for. Rather than have all of the command information on one page, we decided to give each command its own page. That was much more practical because there are ~340 TI-Basic commands, and it would be extremely difficult trying to edit and read a behemoth page that size.
Of course, we have only created pages for ~40% of the commands, so the goal is to get all of the commands finished. If you feel like starting some command pages, please go right ahead. We'd be happy to have your help. And, you are welcome to become a member while you're at it.
I have a suggestion, but I'm not sure how hard it would be. Can you make a page dedicated to text sprites? It could have the characters for the values of the sprites, so like <a character>=1,0,0,1,1. I bet that would help a lot of ppl out =).
I actually have a table of the sort you're looking for lying around, so this shouldn't be too much trouble. There's also several programs that have been made for this (an early, interface-less version is FindSprite, one I wrote myself), but all that I know are hosted on United-TI, which doesn't seem to be working at the moment.
Edit: the No-Lib Guide to Sprites and Maps appears to include FindSprite in it, and this link actually works.
Edit 2: The page on the small font characters is also a useful reference.