What is the status of Forge support for your mods?
Forge support has been dropped for all of my mods. Any releases which currently have Forge releases will no longer receive support.
I am not comfortable with the way the Forge community has treated me and other users. It has been a very difficult road to even get basic concessions out the core development team that my mods (or even Optifine and friends) offer any benefit. There are significant technical challenges in maintaining these mods for the Forge platform as-is, and having to deal with a community that actively takes to discrediting my work at any opportunity does not make it worthwhile.
At this point, even if major changes were to be made in Forge's management and treatment of modders, it would be too little, and too late. My time is limited, and I would much rather spend it developing mods for the Fabric community, which supports and encourages me.
You can find more information on what exactly these interactions involved in this other Gist.
What should I do now, then?
Consider switching to Fabric, a libre modding platform which emphasizes both user and modder choice. You can opt for a super minimal installation with nothing more than the Fabric Loader, giving you an almost zero-overhead solution for running my mods. Perfect for low-end computers needing to squeeze out extra performance, or those who don't want their game to be altered in any other way.
Learn more about Fabric here, and find information on installing it.
But what about other mods?
Check out my personal love list here of mods for Fabric that you can install in your game.