The main part of Game Making Tools is the wiki, which I hope will grow into a useful repository of information for amateur game makers, and people with an interest in the history of tools used to make games.
A newer element is an attempt to cultivate a community across a forum and Mastodon instance. It's certainly something I'd like to be a part of, and I don't think is perfectly served via other formats like chatrooms and Twitter.
Other sections are meant to fill gaps that don't quite fit the wiki format: A curated calender of game making events, articles for topics outside the wiki's scope, and downloads of hard-to-find things I'm worried will vanish, or already have vanished, from the WWW.
email@example.com for updates, news, &c.