LibertyBans is the next big thing when it comes to punishment administration.
- Native Minecraft Version:
- Legacy (< 1.13)
- Tested Minecraft Versions:
- Source Code:
Because freedom isn't free. It must be actively safe-guarded and defended. This is why LibertyBans was first released on July 4 (UTC-4).
Sometimes, those players need to be punished. When this is the case, administrators need all the tools available to deal out such punishment.
Why Java 11?
This plugin uses some of the latest features of Java 11. Unknown to many server owners still on Java 8, newer Java versions have tons of enhancements, improvements, and refinements, including performance optimisations. For this reason, LibertyBans will not run on Java 8. Nor it will function on Java 9. In fact, it will not even operate on Java 10! It needs the full capacity of Java 11.
When the plugin first starts, it downloads its API and internal dependencies. This is normal, and can take a couple of seconds the first time. Afterward, the plugin should start faster. The method used to download dependencies is just as secure as if the dependencies were shaded – the expected hashes of the dependencies are hard-coded, so if the download dependency's hash differs, it is not saved to the filesystem.