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Evaluation of Lilypad

Discussion in 'Other' started by funkystudios, Apr 30, 2014.

  1. funkystudios

    funkystudios New Member


    I got lilypad evaluated, and in terms of money it is worth $1,452.

    It's not bad, but I think it just needs some work. Lilypad could use a couple more developers :)
  2. Matt

    Matt Forum Moderator & Contributor Staff Member Moderator Contributor

    Its fine for now I think? LilyPad is growing. @Coelho is a great Developer.
  3. funkystudios

    funkystudios New Member

    Indeed it is fine for now. I could help him out with the development of LilyPad, although, he hasn't been responding to my Pm's lately :(. Everyday there are 2-3 new people joining the LilyPad community. If this keeps up for a whole year, a total of 730 new members will have joined in just one year alone. If we can bring the number to a higher point, I'm pretty sure that will satisfy the community. But, he will need a couple more administrators/moderators to look over the community just to make sure everything is going well :).
  4. Expo

    Expo New Member

    To grow the community we really need more documentation(it has to be easily understandable and there is not much currently).
  5. The_Zip

    The_Zip Active Member Resource Contributor

    There is nothing holding you back from developing LilyPad, you don't need any 'Special Commitment' from @Coelho . If you really want to do it, just do it. There is a reason that LilyPad is Open Source and on Github. A few people have made some great changes to LilyPad doing it this way. Therefor, if you really want to develop and start to walk the walk, instead of just saying to do it. https://github.com/LilyPad

    The community is constantly growing, but you stats are also wrong. We gain allot new players during weekends/breaks/days off. And the size of the community does not make it a good or bad one. The way it is currently is satisfies me greatly, it would be nice for it to be a huge community, in which only time will make it.

    @Matt does a damn good job on his own, and doesn't necessarily need anyone. With the help of @Coelho , they cover the community extremely well. And, the fact that we call it a COMMUNITY states that we can also self moderate our selfs. All you have to do is call someone out. And, bringing up factual points, I can't think of one situation that has occurred where we have been in desperate need for a moderator.
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  6. Matt

    Matt Forum Moderator & Contributor Staff Member Moderator Contributor

    20% of all the people who use LilyPad, are not signed up on the forums, so that means people do understand the easy setup. Thank you for your compliment @The_Zip :) Pushing work to the Github page is always welcome :) @Coelho will see if he can do something with it.
  7. funkystudios

    funkystudios New Member

    I'll get working on it.
  8. The_Zip

    The_Zip Active Member Resource Contributor

    I would say more than 20% by a large amount, maybe 50%+. I see allot of servers not running bungee. LilyPad is so easy to set up and configure that they don't need to log in.
  9. funkystudios

    funkystudios New Member

    I think I may just make a client like Spigot. But I'll make it for lilypad.
  10. Tzeentchful

    Tzeentchful Member Contributor

    You can just create a fork of the Github repo and work on you stuff in the fork. The just create a PR when you are ready to submit your changes to be evaluated and merged.
  11. funkystudios

    funkystudios New Member

    I'll try :). Although I'm currently working on making a new launcher...somewhat like Feed-The-Beast, and Technic.

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