Currently, when browsing through the plugin requests, you see lots of different people requesting plugins for their servers. Apart from a number of people who haven't looked at the plugins that were already released, there are a number of cases where an almost identical plugin has been made, which just doesn't suit their needs. Why? Because it was made too specific. Whether a plugin developer wants to make a plugin configurable, is his choice, but when I see someone requesting a plugin that nobody else can use, I always get irritated. They don't want to spend time to learn to make plugins, but they do want someone to spend their time making a plugin for them? There currently is a "rule" saying you shouldn't request plugins that other people can't use. My suggestion would be to expand this rule into: "Plugin requests must be broad enough to allow other users to install it on their server, and use it for their purposes, with just a bit of configuration." A great example of a plugin request would be this. It's a user asking for a plugin that, in its current state, can't be used by any other server owners, who don't have the exact same idea. If it were to be made configurable, any server owner with an idea in the general direction, could use it.