as you may have noticed, the link  at our downloads page  stopped to work as SymPy guys moved their main repository to github (this setup was mostly "historical" anyway).
That is why I created 'sfepy' github account, and turned it into organization, which is a cool new github feature for collaborative development, see .
Now two things should be done:
- write me your github login names if you want to be included in the developers
team = have push/pull rights to the new master repository 
- if you have already a sfepy repo on github, remove it, and fork  - forking
is cool, this is what github says:
"By forking a project instead of cloning, creating a new GitHub repo, and pushing to it, you allow us to create a link between your fork and the original. This link helps us keep you informed of changes to the original codebase and make it trivial for you to notify the originator of changes that you have made and would like have reviewed."
Also checkout/explore the sfepy organization page , and the dashboard.
I am myself just learning about github features so if you have some ideas, post them, please.
Best regards, r.
 http://git.sympy.org/?p=sfepy.git  http://code.google.com/p/sfepy/wiki/Downloads?tm=2  http://github.com/blog/674-introducing-organizations  http://github.com/sfepy/sfepy  http://github.com/sfepy