A few days ago I created a Sourceforge repository for Final Frontier Plus. The main reason for this was to avoid the merging nightmare of version 1.7, when God-Emperor did FFPBUG but I had already done a few things and I had to merge these projects. If you look at the list of bugs fixed in patches 1.71 and 1.72, you'll see that I didn't do a perfect job (to say the least). So having a svn repository should make committing code to the project much easier. Aside from the svn repository containing the source, it serves as a alternate mirror for downloading both versions of the current release and the patches. We also won't lose older copies of the mod now. Then there's the bug tracker. I'd encourage you to submit bugs there as well as posting them in the bug thread or the forum thread simply because Sourceforge provides a nice organized interface for doing so, but you don't have to. (And while you're at it you could also use the Feature Requests tracker to submit, well, Feature Requests if you have any). And yes, there is also a little web site which is horribly primitive right now. Aside from links to a bunch of places, I'm not really sure what else would belong there.