Rather than create modules, I prefer to take everyone else's hard work and just hack them up in subtle ways to suit my own needs. I've posted a few these in various threads and have decided to concentrate them all in one place.
Module Manager 1.5 Configs
These all require Module Manager 1.5. To use them, place them anywhere in your GameData folder and install Module Manager 1.5. I recommend creating a new directory using your name and putting these files there to prevent them from being overwritten by some update.
AIES Tech Tree [Dec 11 1.0.0]: Adds science support and tech tree to AIES module. Requires AIES module.
AIES RT2 Support [Dec 11 1.0.0]: Adds RemoteTech 2 support to AIES module. Requires AIES and RemoteTech modules.
LLL RT2 Support [Dec 12 1.0.0]: Adds RemoteTech 2 support to LLL module. Requires LLL and RemoteTech modules.
Module Manager Template Maker [Dec 11 1.0.0]: Python script will walk through each part config file in a module and construct a Module Manager template for all parts in the module. File can then be edited as needed. Much faster than copy/pasting part names from 100 different config files. Only tested on OS X. Recommend you have some experience with python/unix to use this - not very user friendly.
Everything is share alike, so feel free to use as desired. Hopefully more players can learn how to build MM configs and contribute back. The real effort was done by the part makers - conceptualizing, modeling and texturing, testing and supporting the community. If you have improvements
- Techtree support for THSS as well as addition of Kethane tanks
- Minor part rescale for THSS to make struts a uniform multiple of 1.25m lengths
- An assortment of THSS and FusTek welds and rescales to make station building easier with these sets
- Fix the above items as soon as .23 drops and breaks them
I'm also working on some MATLAB scripts (mainly to learn MATLAB) that I would be open to posting. I'm fixing up the mapping ideal satellite scripts that were posted here by cxg2827. I also have a script that helps with setting up geostationary satellite networks around any body. Is there any interest in MATLAB code/libraries here?