Update: FileLeech mirrors have been added for most files.
Sorry about the lack of updates, was waiting for a map, but unfortunately there've been all sorts of problems, and I'm unable to release it yet :/. Anyway...
The sixth Operation Retribution map has been released! It's very well made, and features one of the scariest sequences I've seen in any map. Definitely one of the best SvenCo-op maps released to date. Highly recommended! You can download it (and the first five OpR maps, if you don't have them), from the Files page.
A new Operation Retribution skins pack has also been released. They're high-quality skins, and fit in well with the of the maps' theme. Get them from the Files page.
The Faraon maps 1 and 2 have been added to the Files page. These maps look great visually, and there are many good ideas and fun parts. Unfortunately, though, bugs and high r_speeds in some areas make the maps less enjoyable (especially in the second map, where the spawnpoints face a map transition. One wrong tap of the Forwards button and the previous map loads). Hopefully these sorts of issues could be addressed in a later release.
Deathbog has finished his Undeath map (actually, it was finished a few days ago), but due to trouble transferring the map, and such, I haven't actually managed to get a working copy, yet :/. Hopefully it'll be released soon.
Keen mentions that Area 3, the sequel to Sector E, is nearing completion. Information and screenshots are available at his MapFinger page.
A new version of Alfred's Half-Life Admin Mod has been released, fixing a major security bug... if you're a server op, check it out! Several people have reported a SvenCo-op-related question on Gamespy's new mod quiz... and I hear that that interview with me has been tidied up rather.
Another1_real has been making some progress with the source code, by the way... I'm still not sure of how long it'll be before the next version of SvenCo-op's released, though. Also, there's been rather of a "falling out" with Maniac, and it looks like we'll be getting a new site design in the near future.