mmm, so [url]http://open.silverstripe.org[/url], it is... ok, thanks.
I'd highly recommend to put the link to trac somewhere more visible.
I carefully looked around in detail on the [url=http://www.silverstripe.org/mollom-module]module page[/url], the [url=https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-mollom]github repository[/url], the forum, and the rest of the web site and could not find any link or hint about an issue tracker and/or development area anywhere.
I somewhat expected to see usage of the github issue tracker as a last resort, but that is disabled, too. The README and INSTALL files of Mollom and Spam Protection modules also do not contain any pointers as to where to report bugs, contribute patches, get support, or request new features.
In the end, I think that SilverStripe gives away a lot of unused potential. I mean, I'm a proficient developer and heavily used to contributing to FOSS projects, but due to a major lack of information and navigational pointers, the barrier for contributing even starts before the actual contribution here.
Is there any reason for why the project pages of the modules do not contain these pointers directly?
Even though this may sound like a stupid rant, I hope you can take it as an improvement suggestion. ;)