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+package org.bukkit;
+
+/**
+ * Represents a server implementation
+ */
+public interface Server {
+ /**
+ * Gets the name of this server implementation
+ *
+ * @return name of this server implementation
+ */
+ public String getName();
+
+ /**
+ * Gets the version string of this server implementation.
+ *
+ * @return version of this server implementation
+ */
+ public String getVersion();
+}

61 comments on commit 4e8311a

@Pigeoncraft

Nice

@JBuchananDev

Wow, has this ever grown :P

@fridtjof

Holy ... yay :D

@WolfieMario

And thus, it began...

@Madalaski

Dinnerbone! I come from the future! This will eventually turn into the most used Minecraft Server Mod and you will get job at Mojang! Hops back into Delorean

@Dinnerbone
Member

:O
Burn the witch!

@Madalaski

It's a good thing my Life-Preserver is fire proof!

@md-5
Contributor
md-5 commented on 4e8311a Jan 6, 2013

Clearly I wasn't the only one waiting for this commit to get revived with comments.

@Madalaski

So 5 comments doesn't count as revived?

@md-5
Contributor
md-5 commented on 4e8311a Jan 6, 2013

Well there were comments made since that tweet. Exactly as expected.

@keybounce

"And so it begins"

@DSPhat
DSPhat commented on 4e8311a Jan 7, 2013

It's really amazing how it started from just this one commit, to the massive, widely-used Bukkit we know today. :D

@riking
Contributor
riking commented on 4e8311a Jan 8, 2013

A whopping 18 out of 21 lines in this commit have been unchanged to this very day.

The changed lines are lines 3, 7 and 21.

[JOKE]That's some serious foresight there.[/JOKE] A whopping 85% of this code has not been changed.
(^lolbbcode)

@zadyOne

These lines were the first bukkit's lines of code?

@prosicraft

At least i can get the server implentations name and version.

@SuperSpyTX

The commit that now is defended by selfish authors.

@Jckf
Jckf commented on 4e8311a Jul 10, 2013

Yes. God forbid we have methods to retrieve the implementation's name and version. It's basically got Dinnerbone written all over it! confused and sarcastic look

@SXRWahrheit

In the beginning, Bukkit was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move.

@Jckf
Jckf commented on 4e8311a Jul 28, 2013

You had to mention the name and address of the server, didn't you?

@TheReverend403

tweeted by Dinnerbone

Inb4 commit revival.

@CupCoffee

Haha, nostalgia <3

@Tylerjd
Tylerjd commented on 4e8311a Jan 1, 2014

Commit revival commenced. Happy birthday Bukkit!

@VirtualVirtuoso

Wow? Three years! Well done guys!

EDIT: For those who want to continue following this project, but do not want to see the inevitable "Happy Birthdays" every year, at the bottom of this page is a button called unsubscribe.

@mralext20

Happy bukkit day! We we just talking about this yesterday, @zhuowei

@DirkyJerky

Happy Bukkit Day @Dinnerbone !

@modwizcode
@joelzierke

This started smaller than I thought it did.

@SirFaizdat

Here Lies Bukkit (as we've known it for 4 years).
December 21st, 2010 to August 17th, 2014
Rest In Peace

@DSPhat
DSPhat commented on 4e8311a Sep 4, 2015

@SirFaizdat please don't comment on this commit, it notifies everyone who follows the Bukkit project.

@SirFaizdat

@DSPhat If the comments bother you, please consider pressing the Unsubscribe button at the bottom of the page. Thank you for your time.

@rioricorick
@mbax
Member
mbax commented on 4e8311a Sep 4, 2015

Bukkit development stopped over a year ago; you're not going to receive 'relevant' comments anymore :P

@rioricorick
@rioricorick
@bm
bm commented on 4e8311a Sep 4, 2015

Maybe because he was a Bukkit admin...

@EdGruberman
Contributor

@rioricorick Mr. Garber: As an engineer I think you can appreciate the value of logic. He used the word "anymore"; Meaning that since this project has no longer been active for about a year now it will be highly unlikely to receive any further relevant comments. It is therefore likely that unsubscribing from the project at this point will not cause you to miss out on any important events and likely avoid unwanted commentary. You could then check back periodically as you desire to see if anything further relevant to your interests is going on as you so desire.

Another option is to have your email client organize these notifications according to rules you define . This puts you in control of these notifications directly on your side and allows you to prioritize your special interests.

Further, mbax did not indicate that he is complaining about the commentary. So there would be no reason to wonder why he is still monitoring.

Lastly, I am personally still subscribed because it is entertaining to see who complains about commentary when the solutions to their problems are painfully obvious. Not to mention the irony of witnessing people encourage irrelevant commentary when they themselves are complaining about it.

Just sayin'

@rioricorick
@TheReverend403
@keybounce
@mbax
Member
mbax commented on 4e8311a Sep 4, 2015

@TheReverend403 m'reverend

@SirFaizdat

All this started because I decided to make a comment about the dates that this repository was active, and now a comment war has broken out. I can expect this kind of behavior for YouTube comments, but on GitHub!? Unheard of, until today.

@joelzierke
@MisterFixx

@joelzierke Too many

@TheReverend403
@SirFaizdat

@TheReverend403 Or maybe I've just been on the ones with good communities.

@DirkyJerky
@SuperSpyTX

Let's feed the trolls with who to blame for dead project

@SirFaizdat

Comment comment comment. Umad?

@SuperSpyTX

^ Not at all :P I was trying to feed the fact with who to blame for a dead project

@SirFaizdat

@SuperSpyTX Wasn't trying to make you mad, just the people who don't know how to click buttons ;)

@mbax
Member
mbax commented on 4e8311a Sep 5, 2015

@SuperSpyTX 4e8311a#commitcomment-13082530

^ Not at all :P I was trying to feed the fact with who to blame for a dead project

Angry mob image

@Technoguyfication

I didn't make a comment last time I visited this, so I'm sorry to everyone who gets an email. I just want to be preserved as a part of this historic commit.

@MisterFixx

hory shet

@SuperSpyTX

I am still happy I had the last comment before this died.

Still happy to this day.

@AdamQpzm

Wow, so this is where it all started, huh? Just think where it goes from here. So glad I can be here to see what it was like at the start. This is like a holy site or something.

@harryoui

Naw. Looks useless. I doubt this will ever go anywhere. Soz Dinnerbone

@TheNetherFires

Seems legit.

@fionera
fionera commented on 4e8311a Oct 5, 2016

The Internet will never be a Success! :D

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