We already have implemented it! :) There is both a forum section, as well as CurseForge site for modders and skinners to upload their works to. We've already got a handful of some popular mods uploaded, which you can check out here. :)
That's a good question apo. I am a player, like you I assume, that is currently working for Curse to create a hub of game related services and help foster the World of Tanks community in general.
Currently, I am the manager for all WoT mods until the authors are familiar with the project interface and are ready to take control themselves. A few of them are, however, actually mine. I uploaded the rest to help establish the site which will encourage more authors to share their work here so that players don't have to search or translate anymore. Authors will benefit as well from the tools that Curse provides to make their job easier. For example we've recently signed on a translator to help Russian authors reach their western users and vice versa. It's a win-win situation for all involved and I'm very excited to be a part of it. We're just getting started, but if there is any we can better service the community in the future be sure to let us know!
Ah okay, that makes sense now. Pretty sure the "Curse Employee" title was missing in your profile yesterday. So my first thought was that you were just a random d.bag trying to score some reward points (sorry about that^^).
In general I really like the idea of putting WoT mods here. Especially the Russian translator is a very smart and in fact necessary move. I think I'm not telling you anything new when I say that most interesting mods are developed and hosted by the Russian WoT community. We European or American players usually get them via inofficial forum posts, google-translated websites and so on. Without much chance of searching, staying up to date or giving feedback.
A central distribution platform like curse will make things much easier and I really really hope you can get the Russian developers on board.
PS: Check out XVM. It's a replacement/enhancement for OTM. I found it while searching for a 7.2 ready OTM (which I didn't find at the time, although you seem to have one now).
XVM is able to work with old OTM config files and in my opinion has great potential as someone seems to be actively working on it.