Infiniminer is now officially open source!
I’ll be maintaining the official branch, which I encourage anyone who wants to help out to submit to instead of simply forking off into oblivion. Bug fixes will be taken after being code reviewed, but gameplay fixes will have to be discussed first (#infiniminer on Freenode). I realize that many of you have ideas for how you want to tweak gameplay, but we’re first going to have to figure out a sane way to allow for customizable servers without having loads of possibly conflicting server config flags.
GitHub uses git, which is a distributed version control program. To submit a patch, you’ll want to fork the official branch, make your changes, test them, and then use the GitHub interface to file a pull request to me to pull the changes from your branch into the main branch.
If you find any bugs or encounter any more crashes you can go ahead and submit them to the official issue tracking list.