Hey, would you be interested in moving to the Official FTB wiki (here )? All their work is licensed under a very similar license. Additionly, it has a lot more documentation, with over 5000 articles! Not all the mods listed have to part of a FTB pack, the wiki serves as a universal wiki, also being an official wiki for my mods and many other mod author's mods (like The Mists of RioV :P). Additionly, it has many wonderful templates, so you can document crafting recipes without needing to take a screen-shot, because recipes can become outdated fast. The templates extend to mod's machines, like Redpower's Alloy Furnace, IC2's Compressor, QED from Extra Utilities, and many, many more. Additionly, there's a special utility for translating articles. Xbony2 (talk) 17:07, January 4, 2015 (UTC)
Would you please consider replacing the mod links on this page (and subpages) with official links? Usually the official mods are hosted on CurseForge. Several of the links on this page, for example mc-mods.org, minecraft-mods.info, and 7minecraft.net are known to illegally redistribute mods without the mod authors' permission. Mod reposting sites like these are harmful for developers and users alike. They steal revenue from the original creators, give users outdated mod versions, and sometimes even distribute malicious files. StopModReposts has more information about this and a fuller list of sites like this.