The main repository has been moved to GitHub: https://github.com/albertz/openlierox
All the old bug reports and feature requests also have been moved to GitHub: https://github.com/albertz/openlierox/issues
The SourceForge trackers were disabled. The Git repository will also be disabled in a while to not confuse other people where to find the most recent source.
The openlierox-distrib repository (with all the distribution scripts) has been moved here: https://github.com/albertz/openlierox-distrib
What this means:
For users, it will make the bug reporting a bit different. Most people will probably agree that the GitHub issue tracker is much nicer to use. Though, right now, it means that you need a GitHub account. But we are working on possible solutions so that you can also report without a GitHub account. Otherwise, no real (direct) change for you.
For developers, it means to just change the Git origin URL in your local Git copy. And you can take advantage of all the nice GitHub Git features. And it will make a few other things easier in the future.
For other people interested in the source, it has the biggest impact: The project is on GitHub now! (People who like working on Open Source projects probably are familiar with what this means already.) Basically, it means that contributing to the source code is trivial now. It's just one click away.
Some further discussion about this can be read in the mailing list. After all, if you don't care about contributing to the source code, it doesn't really mean too much for you right now.