Update (5/1/11): I'm pulling this out of the ashes and beginning work on it again. It's just an idea that is partially working right now, seeing as I've coded half of it I would like a general input on if this could be beneficial, seeing as I run servers myself I thought mabey it beneficial, but I'd like to see what people who are not me think mcWeb, in a sense it's all of exactly what it is. mcWeb is a Web UI that has two parts to it: Frontend Contains things such as a Server Name, Server Address, Port Number, Player Slots (Currently Used/Maximum Allotted), Website for the server, and contact e-mail Shows a list of people who are in the "admins" group Shows a list of people who are in the "mods" group Shows a collapsible bans list (Currently in the Backend there is a option for an MCBans iFrame to be shown OR a readout of the bans file on the local server) Announcement line that can be changed in the Backend by an administrator Comments Block for users to comment on the server Backend Separate Login from Minecraft into Backend (passwords are encrypted in OpenFlame (see: http://forums.bukkit.org/threads/mcweb-a-mini-web-ui-for-your-minecraft-server.208/#post-2342 (thanks Obsidian ^_^)) and stored in a MySQL Database) Backend shows the same readout that you would see in the frontend EXCEPT the Comments block Shows a list of administrative options. From Managing groups on the server to users to kits to properties, etc. Also there is the general configuration for the mod itself, such as editing the Server Name, Address, Port, etc Of course, there is also an editor for the people that can actually access the backend (they're not automatically added from any sort of connection to the Mod's usertable) Finally, there is a section where the announcement line can be changed and comments can be deleted. (If I missed anything i'll update it posthaste) This is a half-idea because quite literally half of this is sitting, coded already! I'll upload screenshots of the UI later tonight... GitHub Public to-do list So, what do you think?