Having said that, I am not willing to take the helm as Animecoin's lead developer. While I do believe that a community takeover is required based on Ani-chan's inactivity, I am much more comfortable serving as a "spare developer" rather than as the lead one. To be perfectly honest, good time management is not one of my strong suits and that is enough of a deterrent in this case.
Anyway, if the community wants me to fork Animecoin via Quark, then I will. If I do, I will only post a download link to the Windows version of the compiled wallet and a link to a Github page containing the original Quark source, the forked Animecoin source, a separate text file listing all changes to the code, and another separate text file listing the IDE and dependencies used to compile the wallet. If someone else with a trusted reputation would like to do all of these instead, then I would prefer that since that means that I don't have to.