From that last link..
tFolder is a program that enables you to compute coarse grained representations of the energy landscape of β-sheet proteins and to predict their folding pathways. All you need is to enter your sequence and select the maximal number of strands allowed.
So.. is FAH aimed at Beta-sheet proteins -> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beta_sheet
The higher-level association of β sheets has been implicated in formation of the protein aggregates and fibrils observed in many human diseases, notably the amyloidoses such as Alzheimer's disease.
So, OP questions seems very legit to me, and surely deserves more then the jesting response given above.
While it probably won't replace this project, if the science is right it's not unthinkable that maybe a new core can be developed following the fundamentals described in the paper 'Efficient traversal of protein folding pathways using ensemble models'.
But, if that's feasible and if it would complement the already existing core's that's not for me to say, I have no clue