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  1. What happened with this in the end? I'm quite interested in having a look at some of these stats, but the website seems to be down.
  2. Not a Forge-related request really... It would be very useful if there was a kind of JSON API for the files.minecraftforge.net website which we can query to check for new forge versions etc. e.g. if I GET http://files.minecraftforge.net/api/1.7.10.json it could return a list of all of the releases for 1.7.10 forge: { "latest": "10.13.4.1614", "recommended: "10.13.4.1558", "releases": [ "10.13.0.1150", "10.13.0.1151" (... - this list is sorted from oldest - youngest) ] } Just this simple kind of response allows us to query (using the system already in place) for all of the data we may want (downloads, changelogs, source etc.) e.g. response = GET(http://files.minecraftforge.net/api/1.7.10.json) // download the jar installer for the latest release: installer_jar = GET(http://files.minecraftforge.net/net/minecraftforge/forge/1.7.10-{response.latest}/forge-1.7.10-{response.latest}-installer.jar) This could also provide automatic-updating functionality possible, and possibly the creation of a mod requirements checking / installation system (like Python's pip or Node's NPM in terms of features)
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