ShelLuser
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ShelLuser

Male, 48, from The Netherlands

Happy Newyear! I hope 2017 is going to be awesome for the Spigot Project Jan 1, 2017

ShelLuser was last seen:
Oct 24, 2018
    1. sydney4363
      sydney4363
      Hiya Shel :)
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      2. ShelLuser
        ShelLuser
        Ey there :) took me a while but I'm not extremely active here.
        Jan 19, 2018
    2. ShelLuser
      ShelLuser
      Happy Newyear! I hope 2017 is going to be awesome for the Spigot Project
    3. ShelLuser
      ShelLuser
      Very impressed with Spigot 1.11 so far, just upgraded my (FreeBSD) LAN server :)
      1. ShelLuser
        ShelLuser
        I'm happily surprised that several plugins can still keep up, even though some have become a little outdated (probably not something I'd try on my external server ;))
        Nov 23, 2016
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    May 20, 1970 (Age: 48)
    Home Page:
    http://catslair.org/
    Location:
    The Netherlands
    Occupation:
    Systems administrator (self employed).
    I'm a vivid Minecraft player and a hobbyist server administrator. I run 2 servers; one private LAN server which is used by my gf and myself, and a semi-private (whitelisted) server which is used by some of my friends as well.

    I used to favor Bukkit, but when I started playing on another server (I only play on 1 public Minecraft server) I discovered Spigot. I tested it for myself and was instantly sold, I never looked back for other stuff.

    My favorite parts are the sane configuration defaults, the ease of building it (BuildTools.jar) and yah.

    Figured I'd register to show a bit of support.

    Update (Nov. 2016)

    I recently started to take a closer look at the API part of Spigot and how you can use this to develop your own plugins. So far I like what I'm seeing, as such I started to develop my first (relatively simple) plugin :)

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    Kind regards, Peter