Thanks for reaching out. I'll take this public. Maybe someone even reads my ramblings.
Yeah -- I started playing a bit the other day after a hiatus, of what is it 1-2 years? My daughter is now six years old, and some of the kids her age already play MineCraft. I showed one of them around on Chilli the other day. That was fun.
It seems that Chilli is rather quiet nowadays, but you started a crazycraft server. Unfortunately, the DNS of neither vanilla.playcrazycraft.com nor cc3.chilliserver.com does resolve for me, and the Void's Wrath launcher give an error when I enter my Minecraft username and password. So I gave up -- I'm also not very comfortable having to enter my MC password in a third party app (OAuth or SAML would be fine), and I rather play a non-modded client: reason is that I'm curious to the changes in MC last few years, and prefer to not to have server meddle with that view.
I'm currently playing on a Dutch server, but not sure if I like it that much. Despite some mature admins, there are still a lot of immature players. Still it beats the lonelyness of Single player. What I like most about MC is the combination of exploring and building, and especially creating buildings that fit into an existing environment. Building on a flat land is utterly boring to me. My biggest inspiration was and still is Pangea on The Voxel Box (I somehow managed access in the days, though I don't have the skill to build 'Organic Curvatures' in MC. At all. So I never build there). What I still loved about Chilliserver is exactly that combination of ability to build in an existing land, and ability for users to grow and contribute without being forced to pay actual money.
My ideal server would still be which exploits exactly this growth and value of player contributions. I also enjoyed zero.minr.org the other day, a puzzle server. Most puzzles are a bit hard for me though. I've never been good in any parcours... Also time constraints prevent me from contributing as much as I like (I think I clearly demonstrated that in the past, my apologies if you had any expectations).
Hope you're doing well!