well, I would like to help
Unfortunately I can't make to the ma3had, because I'm not in Egypt. I am not in the US for my masters. Sadly said, I am the only Egyptian here where I live (or at least I have not met any Egyptians yet). Maybe we can work together for now, and I will be in Egypt by Christmas. We can meet in December, but I would be happy if we can start working from now.
I have a few ideas to add for the site:
1- There are many coptic sites out there. If you want the site to succeed, you have to stand out of the croud: make it more attractive! Use side frames for the main sections of the website for example.
flash, flash and flash. i know that you mentioned that you dont know how to create them, neither do I, but maybe it's time to start creating some animation. You know, those other websites remind me of my 'analog electrical circuits design' book
. boring! I am against the opinion that says that only the academic quality of the contents is the most important thing. If we want the language to spread, let's make the difference!
2- I have not seen before any coptic music sheets. Maybe if you know someone who can write them and then get them published.
3- let's start writing a tutorial to teach coptic!
4- Maybe you should include several words with their old pronunciation and the new one. I believe that when a student gets to hear them both, it will be easier to recognize the difference.
I have other ideas, but I guess that the best thing is to focus over organizing the website first.