DailyQuote shares a random quote when the onfigured command is used (/quote by default) or optionally, when a user joins the server and the plugin is configured to do so. Features: 1. Use any command you want to be given a random quote, just configure the settings file. 2. Configure the settings to be given a new quote on login, or turn it off. 3. Use ANY quote content you want, not just one website or topic, as long as you have the quote file downloaded. 4. Does not give the same quote over and over. Possible Planned Features: 1. Possible External web site integration? Honestly not sure if its worth it as websites just add lag. 2. Colorized output, better formating. "Other plugin" I know that another plugin exists that is sort of like this.. but I also know that one is based around something that not everybody can agree on or wants to see (bible verses). I wanted a plugin that was both flexible and could serve the entire community, not just a small minority of it, that did also not force a topic or set content on others. So I coded my own. I feel that this plugin is different enough to be considered a entirely different plugin, and even if you do not feel that way the fact is I don't want to be stuck with bible verses so I coded my own. If you disagree with this that is your right, but I will ask the mods to remove any trolling/flaming that goes on in this thread so please be respectful. Jar Download: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18627325/minecraft/DailyQuote.jar Quotes Files: I need your help. As you will see when you download the plugin and it creates the default quote file and settings automatically the quote data file is simple in format and is just one quote per line. Problem is, I don't have many quotes so the defaults are really slim. I need quote files! People who submit links to quote files by this thread will have their contributions to the community added here. Change Log: 1/19/2011 @ 1am - Initial Release 2/4/2011 @ 2:30pm - Added checks so the same quotes are not duplicated. Bukkit version: Bukkit version is #128 and it has been reported working with CraftBukkit #283 or higher. If you are using an older version please update, and if you find that it does not work with a newer version, please say so here so that I am notified.