When the site was up, you could contact the developer at email@example.com, but I doubt it would work now.
If anyone is incredibly motivated, portions of the website can still be accessed with the wayback machine
. The usability is limited due to its nature, but you can still look around for clues. I doubt I would have the time to help bring the site back online (assuming permission is given), but if someone does get a hold of the source and databases, I would love to take a look at it all. Edited, May 9th 2013 5:58pm by xypin