[TOOLS][WEB]Permissions Generator + Useful tools.

Discussion in 'Bukkit Tools' started by Adriani6, Apr 28, 2012.

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    Often you see people asking for help with their permissions files, and it's getting annoying and most of time they don't receive help, so I decided to make it easier for them and for us to stop seeing those boring threads and created this... back in the days, it was the only one of it's kind, now I'm sure you can find different variates, however this one, will be worked on, and hopefully it will reach the top ! :D
    You fill out the form, it asks you for information regarding what you want in the permissions, then after you're done, press the Generate button and your permissions will appear, simply copy what appears in there and paste it into your permissions.yml file ! The Permissions are properly aligned, there's nothing to worry about !​

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    Nice work! It looks cool and works great.
    I tested it out with some permissions and everything went as it should. The only thing I would suggest is to add an option to add more permission nodes. Probably underneath "5th Permission:".

    Other than that, keep up the good work :)
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    Thank you for the great feedback !
    I'm working on this now, I will add a function to expand the nodes !
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    links not workin
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    updating it. Demo/preview available in the link.
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    Unfortunately, without having a tool that can be downloaded, this project is not an acceptable tool link. robin0van0der0v kindly brought this to my attention that your project does not comply.
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    My project has been here since April 2012... I don't think this is advertising my site, is it? There's nothing on the website except what's in the description...
    Explain more to me why this is unacceptable. Source code for integration with websites will appear as well... just like you mentioned in the guy who "reported" me about "Minotar".
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    The difference between your project and the Minotar project is the Minotar project has a direct link to the source code, and is entirely meant to be run on its own website. Your project is meant to be run on your server, and you have no direct links to the source code.
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    I see what you mean, but why not allow the users to benefit from this project? Adrian is not receiving any compensation for it, he is doing for the good of the community.
  10. Yeah, I think you need to change your policies on this one.... Unless they are advertising, which he is not.
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    Hopefully, as we discussed with TnT, this will meet the requirements set by the Bukkit Policy.
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