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DO NOT USE THIS GITHUB ISSUE TRACKER ANYMORE. #4321

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TheDeibo opened this Issue Feb 1, 2017 · 5 comments

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TheDeibo commented Feb 1, 2017

If you read the repository README.MD, you'll notice that this repository is no longer maintained, and that all issues are to be sent to http://github.com/pmmp/PocketMine-MP/issues

Other friendly links:
http://pmmp.io
or the forums:
http://forums.pmmp.io.

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you're wasting your time. People don't read readme, they don't read existing issues, they aren't going to read this one. 10/10 for trying though.

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dktapps commented Feb 1, 2017

you're wasting your time. People don't read readme, they don't read existing issues, they aren't going to read this one. 10/10 for trying though.

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THe plan was just say it for the boredness of saying it. I had nothing better to do at 3am... xD

TheDeibo commented Feb 1, 2017

THe plan was just say it for the boredness of saying it. I had nothing better to do at 3am... xD

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And if they read this issue, they should have read the README too.

The only advantage is that #4321 is an easy-to-remember number that we can easily point people to...

SOF3 commented Feb 3, 2017

And if they read this issue, they should have read the README too.

The only advantage is that #4321 is an easy-to-remember number that we can easily point people to...

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josenj Mar 16, 2017

Then you should update the links pointed by http://www.pocketmine.net/. Google brings people to that site and when you get there, the headaches start. I didn't know about http://pmmp.io after spending 30 minutes figuring out why it didn't work with MCPE 1.0.4. I agree with @dktapps, no one will read the README.md file. They are just going to hit "Get PocketMind" then faces issues and most likely quit.

josenj commented Mar 16, 2017

Then you should update the links pointed by http://www.pocketmine.net/. Google brings people to that site and when you get there, the headaches start. I didn't know about http://pmmp.io after spending 30 minutes figuring out why it didn't work with MCPE 1.0.4. I agree with @dktapps, no one will read the README.md file. They are just going to hit "Get PocketMind" then faces issues and most likely quit.

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@josenj We can't update the website because only shoghicp has access to the web server it's hosted on. It's a long story. This has been discussed extensively by various people, and there is nothing we can do about it, sadly. shoghicp has gone AWOL and hasn't been responding to anybody about anything PocketMine-related for nearly a year. Hence the move.

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dktapps commented Mar 16, 2017

@josenj We can't update the website because only shoghicp has access to the web server it's hosted on. It's a long story. This has been discussed extensively by various people, and there is nothing we can do about it, sadly. shoghicp has gone AWOL and hasn't been responding to anybody about anything PocketMine-related for nearly a year. Hence the move.

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