First of all, the purpose. http://cubelist.me CubeList is a site for developers, server admins, and users. All in one nice, clean interface. However, without developer support, it all falls apart. So I ask that you look the site over, realize its usefulness, and encourage use. And now, the presentation: --For Developers-- Popularity tracking. How do you define popularity, or 'Good'? I define it not just by what's useful to me, but what is useful and desired by others as well. Right now, it is very difficult to tell if your plugin is desired, and how well it is. There's the thread it's in, sure, but all that really gives you is a generic "Thanks!", or people posting silly problems. CubeList aims to show you, exactly how many servers are running your plugin. And not just that, but show you how your plugin compares to another plugin which might serve the same purpose. BB / LB, for example. You can browse the site, all the information is there. As of the time of this posting, there are not many servers submitting data. But there will be. How you can help. Support the website. We don't need money, no. All we need is you to say, in your signature or maybe in the plugin post itself, something to encourage usage of CubeList. Direct your consumers to http://cubelist.me/add-your-server, where it gives some easy instructions. Keylogger! For privacy concerns: Like all things Bukkit, it is a .jar that you can open up and look through if you feel the inclination. But I'll spare you some time, if you'll let me. CubeList, on load, disables itself. It will do nothing until the user goes in and edits their config file, to turn it on and to select which plugins they'd like to not submit (Private plugins, or security plugins for example). They fill in their server details, which is real basic stuff. And then they reload the plugin, it enables and submits the following data: All data entered into config.yml, and then the names of their not-blocked .jars. Does not submit the actual files, so it is light on everyone's bandwidth. Your Data. If you would rather NOT advertise for the site, that is fine. But at least take note of this page: http://cubelist.me/bukkit-plugins So many plugins are without descriptions. All of the data from the website is pulled from your plugin.yml; please fill it in. Complete it, and put out some new versions. The website will then be updated, with your plugin. Remember: Should we hit it off well, this will be where people go to see which plugins are popular. And "Description" can make or break a download. --For Server Admins-- Oh noes, another server list! I hear you cry. What's different about us? What makes us worth filling out another silly form? Well, we track differently than just about any other server list public right now. Yes, we have a vote system.. That's not the primary use. We track a server's average players-per-hour, so servers are rated by how many people are consistently on. Servers with more people rank higher than those that don't. Yes, this is a cycle that repeats itself. A high ranked server gets more people and stays up higher; but that is acting on the basic principle of "More people must mean that this is a better server". The averages are reset each month, so that does leave room for a server to improve its stature and rank higher. This also means that your users do not HAVE to bother themselves with voting every other day; and you won't have to bribe them.