Version: v1.9 (June 18) | Engine: v2.3 (June 8) Download BukkitLink from devBukkit. Visit the Project Page for tutorials and more information. Find others to link to if you're lonely, or post a topic! Email me if you don't want to post on this topic. Accepting developers, as well as testers. Comment if you're interested! I ask you show your past work in Java if you decide to. Let's make this a big project! Have you ever wanted to connect to other servers, and share features like server-to-server chat, private messaging, gifting, speaking in channels, and status updates? With BukkitLink, you can. Go ahead, try linking your entire server network's global chat system together, administrating one server from another, or even create cross-server chat channels. It's easy to use, and has been tested extensively. BukkitLink has gone through a serious change with 1.8. Now, messages are spooled. Lost links are automatically re-established. SHA1 hashing is now SHA256. Your CPU has much less work to do with the CPUMode setting, and custom chat formatting is now available. I would like to thank Nuka37 for the base of the project idea, ideas, testing, and now programming of the project. BukkitLink's Features: Server-to-server ("global") chat Server-to-server teleportation Cross-server administration and commanding (see the BLa) Cross-server private messaging News feeds, where you can see updates from a friend's activity on other servers Friends permission system Member-oriented channels Link firewall, VIA IP or Username bans on Bukkit SHA 256-bit hash over passwords Cross-server item gifting See if other's are online in the universe LogBlock logging support. Administrate one server from another: Do you want to extend BukkitLink to send commands to other linked servers? Get the optional BukkitLink admin snap-in for BukkitLink. BukkitLink is a dependancy! Get the BLa 1.1p - for your 1.2.5 server running BukkitLink. BukkitLink 1.8 snap-ins. There's packaged documentation in all the 1.8 releases (/docs folder) that includes the help on the classes. You'll need a java development environment (Eclipse!), the Bukkit API, and the BukkitLink plugin JAR. If you're experienced with Java, it should be easy for you to pick up on it and start coding BukkitLink snap-ins. Changelog: Version 1.9: Updated to Craftbukkit 1.2.5-R4.0 Version 1.8.9: Added LogBlock support. Fixed channel format and creation bugs. Version 1.8.8: Updated to craftBukkit 1.2.5-R3.0 Version 1.8.7: Fix for the Workstation involving DNS. Spout server-to server teleportation. Version 1.8.5: Still trying fixes for the recon feature. Fixed the /bl reload bug, outgoing links are reconnected. Patch: Fixed the /gift command; you can now use block IDs. A Note on The Development: If you are interested in BukkitLink, I would certainly enjoy having help on the plugin's structure. You may apply to become a tester or developer if you're interested. Just comment below and I'll work out the details with you. Thank you, Cicadia.