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  1. OpenAudioMc Public

    A real time proximity voice chat and music plugin for Minecraft. Doesn't require mods or any user setup.

    Java 223 82

  2. storm Public

    A stupidly simple Java/MySQL ORM with native Hikaricp, with dialect adaptations for MariaDB and Sqlite

    Java 14 4

  3. toothpaste Public

    A simple HTML templating engine in Go inspired by Twig. Currently supports Variables, Escaping, If statements, Templating and Functional variables.

    Go 2

  4. GoPack Public

    Native Minecraft resource pack translator (from 1.12 to every version between 1.12 and 1.17) GoPack supports Textures, Models, Sounds, Texture Compressing and Language Files.

    Go 6 2

  5. Forked from SpigotMC/BungeeCord

    A simple bungeecord-proxy fork that prefers in-house authentication systems based on Redis instead of Mojang to prevent outages and flooding rate limits

    Java 2

  6. 1
    Inventory holders can be used to register own types, handlers and data to a opened GUI for a player.
    To start, we need to create our menu class that implemetns InventoryHolder and any other functions we may want.
    For this example, we are gonna fill the inventory and open it for player, then save the player for later ussage with our handler.

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Activity overview
Contributed to Mindgamesnl/OpenAudioMc, Mindgamesnl/storm, OpenAudioMc/documentation and 26 other repositories

Contribution activity

July 2022

21 contributions in private repositories Jul 1 – Jul 4

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