I am running a bukkit server, and find myself constantly wanting to update plugins when new release builds are coming out. The problem is, some plugins get updated, some do not. Usually, it's latest version, first, on the dev.bukkit.org forums, but why not make it one step better. When a dev wants to post their plugin, they have boxes at the end of their post which say different RB versions of bukkit. So there'll be a box for 1185, 1215 (forget the exact number of that build), 1337. If their plugin is for 1337, they check that box. If it's for an earlier version, they check that one. If they're updating their plugin to be compatible with later versions (or it just works with later versions of bukkit), they can edit and check the box for the next release build of bukkit. Now, when a server admin is looking through plugins for their server, first they click on server plugins, they're given the option to click on this RB, this RB, this RB, test builds, or All. It would make life, much easier, for us admins who are trying to keep things simple. I've been running 1185 for a while, because some of the biggest plugins I use, are not listed as 1337, and I'm not sure if they'll work. However, if the dev of the plugins know they work, they can just edit and update the status of the plugin so that it lists itself in the 1337 section of the plugins. There could even be a box to check which will display a message on the top of the plugin page saying "This plugin was developed for an earlier version and may or may not work FULLY as intended with the current RB of craftbukkit, or may interact adversely with plugins created for this RB" and have it shown in a nice big colourful box at the top. This is my suggestion, if other admins agree with this idea of sorting, please feel free to support it by posting as such. -Caid.