Back to reality

Okay, Ola is here and we're having lots of fun, but it's time to get back to work.

I'll be making some more Bukkit tutorials starting tonight, finishing up on the carpet plugin and maybe going into something a little more adventurous (if you have any suggestions, leave a comment! I'll be glad to do anything that's helpful!)

We've managed to get enough money to pay our bills and rent and stuff, thank you all for your support! I got £80 from donations and (some day, when google let's go) £50 from ad money. Much more than I expected! Huge thanks to the three people who donated (v1sper, jrtc27 and FlayaN), iChingPow for his kind words and everyone else for putting up with the adverts! :D

I'm currently planning out some big changes for Bukkit stuff soon, including researching a possible new security system (let's be honest; allowing any plugin to do whatever it likes without you knowing... it's not good), Material enum aliases (with a twist; you'll see!) and hopefully a better Configuration class.

It's a good time to wear a bukkit on your head!

Comments

jrtc27
jrtc27 on 08/19/2011 2:06 p.m. #

Suggestions:
1) Make a glass platform when you jump to enable you to "fly"
2) Manipulating redstone events (not quite sure what exactly :D)
3) General cool advanced stuff ;)

Paswaru
Paswaru on 08/19/2011 3:51 p.m. #

Your videos have been a great help for me to get an understanding of Java and Bukkit plugin structure. The jump from Delphi to Java hasn’t been as hard as I thought, thanks to you. I really appreciate you doing them.

My eventual goal is to write a plugin that can intercept messages from other plugins and reformat their messages so that I can create a consistent look and feel, but so far I’ve not found an event I can hook for that.

mbsuperstar1
mbsuperstar1 on 08/19/2011 4:42 p.m. #

I'd like to see some persistence...
The carpet plugin messes my world if I reload and there's some carpet. :(

Everyday-im-mining
Everyday-im-mining on 08/19/2011 4:48 p.m. #

My suggestion would also be how to manipulate redstone AND how to stop redstone clocks after a certain amount of pulses.

longview
longview on 08/19/2011 7:21 p.m. #

oh there goes gravity
Oh, there goes Rabbit, he choked, he's so mad
But he won't give up that easy, no he won't have it

thehutch
thehutch on 08/19/2011 11:24 p.m. #

Make sure you add configuration to this tutorial been waiting for ages to find a solution to all my config troubles.

Thank you
thehutch

thehutch
thehutch on 08/21/2011 9:21 p.m. #

I thought you were making the tutorials if you have could you post them please?

Andrew
Andrew on 08/28/2011 9:29 p.m. #

I would greatly appreciate it if you would make a tutorial on configuration in bukkit.

ZackGriff
ZackGriff on 09/14/2011 5:22 p.m. #

More redstone control would be wonderful :D

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