Getting my plugin added to Get Plugins database

Discussion in 'BukkitDev Information and Feedback' started by mattkeating, Feb 29, 2012.

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    mbaxter ʇıʞʞnq ɐ sɐɥ ı

    We're getting through the submissions at a healthy rate. Just be patient and you'll get it approved. Have you set up your project on BukkitDev yet? :)
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    My plugin submission from 25.01.2012 isn't worked yet.
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    TnT plugin submissions are the priority. You'll likely have them approved within a day. Plugin releases - since it is being phased out, is mostly just a placeholder for plugins to point to
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    Yes, thats clear. Just wan't to say "healthy" is a lie.
    But casual people are still looking on and doesn't be aware of They may think "whats not in this list, isn't good enough for my server".

    My suggestion: just merge and and everyone is happy.
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    That you require a lot of pointless coding and the same plugin coming up multiple times, I say switch the forum one to /forums and make /curseforge the default one AFTER they fix the categories glitch I have spoken about in my other post.
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    I say drop the first link. I don't think we need forum posts anymore, does the trick these days.
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    That would be good HOWEVER if you use you find that the categories are all mixed up, so cant find ones in a certain category. After that is fixed it would be good.
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    My file got approved within an hour or 2, they are quick, just give them time.
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    I mostly look on before I look on dev.bukkit. I like plugins.bukkit much more...
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    I use google! "Enter plugin name here" works like a charm xD
    tyzoid likes this.
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    I would say, make search on bukkitdev by default.
    Bukkit is being phased out soon, the active plugins should stand out.
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    I would have to agree with BronzeByte on that, mainly due to the fact that it would a A LOT easier to find a plugin you need when there are more to choose from (dev.bukkit has more than bukkit itself.)

    Just my opinion though.
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