Some links you might find useful. I make no claims for the section of green bean providers at the bottom, some I've heard of, some I've not. I've never purchased from any of them.
Home Barista If you like espresso, this is the best resource on the web.
CoffeeGeek All about coffee.
Sweet Maria's Where I by my greens and accouterments. RoasterThing has a fair amount of support built in for Sweet Maria's.
DropBox Dropbox is a seriously useful application. Install it on 2 or more computers and whatever files you put in it's folder appear on the other one soon thereafter. It's simple, it's like magic and it works. Sign up for free using this link and you get 2.5GB of space and Robyn gets another .5Gb. I keep all my documents and projects in my Dropbox folder and whatever computer I pick up, there they are. And they keep a copy on their secure servers. Dropbox also lets you have a public folder so you can share things with others you give the key to. Very cool!
RoasterThing on Linux? Somebody has figured out how to run RoasterThing under Wine on Linux, if this is interesting to you, he documented it here.
Behmor makes the Behmor 1600 coffee roaster.
FreshBeans Information about the Gene Cafe coffee roaster.
HotTop USA imports the HotTop coffee roaster.
Coffee Shrub Sells the Quest M3 coffee roaster. Sells green coffee in medium quantities.
Roastmasters.com A vendor targeting home coffee roasters. Some support in RoasterThing.
Burman Coffee Traders A vendor targeting home coffee roasters.
The Coffee project A vendor targeting home coffee roasters.
MoreCoffee A vendor targeting home coffee roasters.
Coffee Bean Corral A vendor targeting home coffee roasters.