I still get the Chrome warning that eddyflower.com contains malware. Justin, if that is straightened out, please contact Google to get a clean bill of health from them. I hope you get the site back up.
In the meantime, another option for run descriptions is to use Americanwhitewater.org. Its easy to become a Streamteam volunteer, then add or edit the run descriptions; just ask them.
American Whitewater - Volunteer with American Whitewater
You don't have to be a paying member.
If you don't want to bother becoming a streamteam volunteer, you can still log comments for a run; such as a river hazard, a different gauge, good levels, or whatever (I used to do that on eddyflower with "trip reports" on the run descriptions, because they could be edited).
They are also interested in kayaking photos, which are helpful to document river use. Here is something from the link above.
"Do you like to take pictures of the runs you do? Do you write about your rivers and experiences? Upload photos to the American Whitewater Photo Library. Join the American Whitewater StreamTeam. The StreamTeam Project is the way that American Whitewater lets its members share their knowledge about rivers with the paddling public, river managers, and policy makers. It is a grass-roots online database of river information that is continually updated and improved. Our river database is one of the most comprehensive geospatial databases of any outdoor recreation activity. Your direct first-hand knowledge recorded in our database, gives us a unique ability to quickly and efficiently respond to new threats and opportunities. Great photos are invaluable in documenting and illustrating our use of rivers. When we have brought direct evidence of our use of particular rivers, hydro power projects have been stopped, management plans have been changed, and elected officials have considered our interests in legislation . This is only possible when volunteers step up to provide the information. The more you contribute, the more effective we can be."
From the little involvement I have had with them, it appears they could really use help with the run descriptions, optimal flows, etc. Its a pretty cool interface.