(Apologies if this is in the wrong category, I couldn't find a more appropriate one.) Okay, guys I need a few people with varying degrees of experience with both Minecraft/Bukkit and webservers. I'm sure you've been made curious by the logo, so let me explain: MCPhp is the latest, easyist, and most user-customisable way to put your gameserver information out on the internet. MCPhp has two lots of code in it: The Webserver side and the Gameserver side. Installing the script onto the webserver is as easy as visiting a website, and once you do, you can stream over 50 server, world, and player variables onto your own website, using just 2 lines of HTML/PHP. No templates to be fixed to. Little coding knowlage required. Instant statistics. But wait! There's more: You can now put your server chat on your own website, without having to break yo' websites style with someone else's page/image. Best of all, all you need to do that is simple HTML. Here is a list of the variables you can stream with the first package: Server Status (OFFLINE/ONLINE) Server Message Of The Day Server IP Maximum amount of players Port Number Mob Spawn Limit Server Name Max View Distance Server Version Availability of The Nether The End Animals Monsters PVP Lag, in Ticks Per Seconds Tick Length Percentage Statistics on Players Number of player’s online Number of unique players on the server Name Display Name Current Level Current IP* Current Health If the player is currently… An Op Sleeping Dead Running Statistics on each world, including Time Weather Amount of Weather remaining Seed Sea Level Max Level Difficulty World Type If the world is PVP Ticks Per Animal Spawn Ticks Per Mob Spawn Oh, and here's a demo server for you to check it out on: minecraft.roestudios.co.ukOh, and to demonstrate how portable this solution is, that demo you just went on? Yeah, that was just running on a £50 Android Tablet. If an android tablet can run it, you should be fine. All you need is a Bukkit server and a webserver with PHP and SQL support. Which just about all of them have, even the free ones. What's this about a closed beta? The code is ready. The first beta is ready. We just need some people to test it, and give feedback. Requirements: No real knowledge of bukkit or webservers is required, because I want to know that even the most inexperienced of people are able to do this before we go through to the first public beta version. Interested? Here's the project webpage: http://roestudios.co.uk/project/mcphp/ And here's the reference: http://roestudios.co.uk/project/mcphp/reference/ And here is the user guide, if you get stuck: http://software.roestudios.co.uk/MCPhp/files/docs/MCPhp User Guide.pdf The only thing you need is the download, right? Email email@example.com to register for the closed beta, and if you qualify, you'll get sent a link to the download Any questions? Ask in the thread below!