Easter traffic was very good on Opening Times, the busiest day record was smashed to reach 53k visits, (previous best was New Year's Day 35k visits). There were some intermittent problems with the search not working, I think this is due to a time-out issue with Yahoo geocoding.
I noticed on Google trends that overall searches for "opening times" over the Easter period in the UK were greatly up on last year, where as Christmas and New Year was quite static. I wonder whether over the long term this website will significantly increase the number of searches for opening time information, I would suspect so, but impossible to have control case to test against.
I'm still working on the editable form, it is getting there and most of the remaining work is around user accounts. I am also looking at using some form of "cloud" hosting as allowing writes to the database will increase server load, also as the load has infrequent high demand periods (like Easter :) it might in the future make sense to dynamically increase the server capacity for 72 hours or so.
I am considering making this project open source under the Affero General Public License. I imagine this might make it harder to market commercially, but business isn't really my thing and I would rather see it become successful than waste my time trying to make money. Does anyone have any experience or advice on this idea?