Shortly before we left for Minecon we posted an announcement that our bug tracker, Leaky, was experiencing technical difficulties. Unfortunately, the server Leaky was hosted on suffered a hard drive failure and our attempts to recover the data were unsuccessful. We have a backup of our data, but felt that it would be better to start afresh and keep on top of issues being reported as the old Redmine powered Leaky was very messy and not as actively maintained as we would have liked. As a result, we have set up a new issue tracker powered by JIRA hosted through Atlassian’s OnDemand service. This service provided by Atlassian is tailored to provide a more robust, reliable and responsive service along with daily backups, which we feel is exactly what we need to provide everyone with the best issue tracker solution possible. The new tracker can be accessed from https://bukkit.atlassian.net (and later from http://leaky.bukkit.org once the DNS changes have propagated). If you previously had an issue on Leaky that still exists in the latest builds, you’ll need to recreate the issue under this new system. Unfortunately, as this is a new system, you’ll be required to register an account to use the new issue tracker. We require registrations in an effort to promote higher quality tickets being made from people who are serious about helping us out with detailed issue reports.