Warning: This was a 1 hour challenge from a friend, I know it isn't super sexy or customization, because this version of release was made in 1 hour during Accounting class, so don't complain until I improve it. What is this? PlugSig (excuse the horrible name, I'm welcome to better names) allows you to easily create a signature that shows off the statistics of your plugin and auto-updates to the latest information. Including authors, supported game versions, latest version, description, popularity, and more! You are able to customize the colors, text colors, text shadows, and even add custom background images. How do I use it? Throw in a new image into your signature, and add this as the URL, modifying the values of course: Code: http://kreckin.com/work/plugsig/?plugin=myPluginSlug&text=textColor&bg=backgroundColor&width=100&height=100&shadows=myShadowColor For the plugin parameter, enter the name of your plugin's name as it appears on it's BukkitDev URL, for example if the plugin URL is http://dev.bukkit.org/server-mods/herobrineunleashed/ you would enter "herobrineunleashed". The text parameter is the color of the text, visit this sexy website to pick out a color, you want the hex value in the top box. The bg parameter is the color of the background, do the same thing as you did for the text parameter. If you want to use a background image instead, pass "FFF" (white) for bg and add "&img=myImageURLHere" to the URL (must be png, haven't added support for others). Obviously width and height control and width and height. Shadows is optional, you can remove it if you wish. Otherwise, pick a text shadow color like you did for the bg and text parameters and throw it in there. If you tack on a "&xspace=", you can control the X spacing for the right column. The default is 225, you can change it as needed to prevent overlap. How does it work? It uses PHP (sorry Sushi, I'll redo it in Ruby soon) and snags data from the amazingly awesome BukGet API by SteveMcGrath and creates the image based off the parameters. Once I port it to Ruby and clean it up, I'll release the source and add way more features, maybe an actual web GUI. That's all folks! Thanks for reading, enjoy if possible! Warning: May contain nuts. Here's an example URL for one of my plugins: click here.