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Comments in 'General Discussion' started by dktapps, Sep 28, 2016.
VPS would come in handy but a cheap paid webhost works
most times free ones just wont do the trick
pocketmine has lost its reputation. Please just trust @dktapps , he is doing a very good and tactful job of this (I have noticed this personally)
Do you have like a problem with this? You seem to be a bit picky about this, don't get me wrong, picky is helpful, you just seem a bit well you know, annoyed about this sudden movement, but changes arent always easy
Exactly, this is the point (not being mean to you btw, just making sure some other people knew not mentioning any names (ok I will in spoiler))
@jasonwynn10. It is not a fault with you, just sauing you don't really understand the situation we are in right now
Uh oh, http://pmmp.net/, that is quite a problem if you are trying to set up a new website. Especially, as probably the best extension (example.whatever) for the new website if you are going to have one.
Do you have like a problem with this? You seem to be abitmpicky about this, don't get me wrong, picky os helpful, you just seem a bit well you know, annoyed about this sudden movement, but changes arent always easy
Why is the PR "closed"?
@SamGamgee55 because I was told to close it.
Why, it thought it was quite good?!
Because the repository moved, and also that was before some of the original PocketMine joined me. We're going official with this. We are too restricted in what we can do on the original repo thanks to @shoghicp , and that PR was pointless and causing the Notifico bot to spam the #pocketmine IRC every time someone pushed a commit.
If we can get in touch with any members who still have write access to the original repository, it may be that we can either redirect users to the new repo, or possibly periodically update the original repo from PMMP's. This is still under discussion and does not in any way provide anything in the way of promises or hard facts.
EDIT: the bit about periodically updating the original repo is unlikely, because to use a phrase, we don't want to duct-tape things together. The old repo is extra useless baggage now.
Damn notifico, thanks for the update
Maybe add a new message on the Home page telling the github page for people that haven't exactly followed the whole situation?
This commit just shook the world.
Nice to see Humerus is joining you. Great!
I was wondering about making a new place for people to also post their plugins. Maybe I make a Github repository for them to post them to? I have no idea if that fits the circumstances, but I keep seeing people who want to post their plugins and can't because of inactive reviewers. If you think there is another place that would be better suited to posting plugins for people to see, please let me know. I really want to see what cool plugins newer developers have to offer
@Magicode We're looking into new forums, and also a new continuous integration system called Poggit, currently under development by @SOFe. https://github.com/poggit/poggit
if you try making a git repo it would turn out like github.com/organization where it just dumps of plugins(not bad compare to other outcomes)
if you plan to make a new place forum it would turn out like IM where there ton of useless or low quality plugin or just plugin littered with bad practices
if you try to make a subreddit for it would turn out like THAT subreddit yeah no one even acknowledges it's existance (EDIT: for those who wondering what it is, it is /r/MCPEPlugins)
IDEA make a self moderated community where plugin where deleted/featured by it upvoted/downvoted rating
it would be gone if the community deem it inappropriate if you post yet another /rules plugin
but that would take effort which frankly no one have effort so i guess it wont happen any time soon
I totally agree. I was also thinking about an upvote/downvote system. It's a great idea, and would give the community the ability to moderate the plugins. Of course, Admins could delete plugins, make features plugins, etc. , but it would be cool to have a crowd-sourced plugin page
I know this is off-topic but oh well, do you know @SOFe was permanently (i think) banned?
Yeah, I noticed that too but it's probably just a glitch or something.
I think he/she deleted his/her account, getting ready for new forums maybe...?