I know that there have been a lot of unfair complaints comments about BukkitDev ever since it launched. I myself was one those who immediately began looking for faults in it. Fortunately, I've seen the light, and am hoping to shine it on all of you too! BukkitDev is frankly the best project management tool in existence. Forum based modding management has a lot of drawbacks. Primary, it's ease of use for users cause them to get filled with countless pages of nagging posts comments, bug reports, and useless crap posts. Worse, formatting forum posts can be an effort in futility - XenForo has over nine-thousand settings and an intuitive editor to use when you create posts. The choices can be overwhelming. Formatting is a breeze with BukkitDev! It's BBCode editor let's you choose from an amazing 5 6 possible formatting options! And if you're feeling 1337, you can switch to wikicrap wikicreole, a syntax style developed and designed by a vast community of developers, and manually look up the syntax online for each and every situation you need! But BukkitDev doesn't just solve the formatting problems inherent in forums - it puts the digital equivalent of a DMZ between you and your potential userbase! Naive Compassionate developers who try to provide support will be prevented by the website design, which encourages the peaceful separation of users and developers. Now, you are free to disable complaints comments, bug report tickets, and forums from your project. You can live in total harmony, free from the complaints constraints and demands input from your userbase. Even in the event of a worst case scenario, when some hapless n00b user manages to discover the PM system built in and submits a query to you, bukkit.org will never notify you! BukkitDev seamlessly manages to separate you from every possible avenue of communication, while providing the pretense of support. BukkitDev has finally achieved "development nirvana", by bringing the look and feel of project home pages back to the 20th century, and removing the most painful part of any project, user support, completely out of the equation. And for this, I applaud them. Mein Fuhrer, I can Dev!