Thank you to everyone that applied - the Resource Staff Team is now full. I'll be sure to contact people that have applied but didn't get through if I need more people.
After talking to many different members across skUnity - a common piece of feedback was that resources don't seem as moderated as they should be and that the docs contain outdated or uninformative data. Well today, I'm happy to announce the launch of the Resource Staff role. This role can be applied for and will be a requirement for when applying for Moderator when that role becomes available.
The Resource Staff role is a content reviewer role and to aid Moderators and Administrators by ensuring content is acceptable to skUnity's standards as well as maintaining the information on the docs. Resource Staff won't have any moderation powers such as banning, locking threads, deleting content or other forum permissions.
If you're interested in becoming part of the Resource Staff Team, here are some of the things you'll be doing:
- Approving and denying resources submitted to skUnity Forums (Premium Resources will be moderated by Moderator/Administrator for the time being)
- Approving and denying new addons submitted on the docs
- Managing newly created elements on the docs
- Reviewing current resources to ensure they reach skUnity Resource Standards - as we are aware some resources do not
- Utilising a newly created moderation tool on the docs to review all elements submitted to the docs. Updating or removing them where necessary.
- Helping users across skUnity with managing their resources and content on the docs
By becoming Resource Staff, you'll get a fancy rank on the Discord (which I'm yet to decide on), a fancy rank on the forums including a snazzy banner and that fuzzy feeling of helping skUnity!
If you'd like to become part of the Resource Staff Team...
Welcome to skUnity!
Welcome to skUnity! This is a forum where members of the Skript community can communicate and interact. Skript Resource Creators can post their Resources for all to see and use.
If you haven't done so already, feel free to join our official Discord server to expand your level of interaction with the comminuty!
Now, what are you waiting for? Join the community now!
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Created by BaeFell
- Oct 28, 2017
I'm happy to announce the launch of skUnity Premium Resources! This means you can create resources and set a price for them. This allows for everyone to get a little back for their work.
Premium Resources must be of a higher standard than a free resource. These resources will be heavily moderated and vetted to prevent lower quality content. Abuse of the Premium Resources system we have in place will result in your access being revoked.
We've setup specific categories for Premium Resources - these include:
- Premium Resources
To help control the quality and prevent abuse of the feature, to have your Premium Resource approved you must:
- Have at least 1 free resource
- Be a member on the forums for over 30 days
There is a 5% processing fee placed by skUnity - this is to help recuperate the cost of the addon required to have this feature as our donation money pot is dwindling. This processing fee will be present until we have received a total of $40. This amount covers the cost of the Premium Resources addon and another addon which is essential for the forums. Help get this limit removed quicker by donating through the "Target..." user upgrades. Anyone that helps reach the target will receive a fancy badge of their choice!
If you have any comments, questions, feedback or whatever else - do not hesitate to contact me.
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Created by BaeFell
- Oct 6, 2017
@Wrong and I are very proud to announce the official release of skUnity Docs 2.
I would like to thank the majority of people for their patience with the docs. I know that it has taken a while for the new docs to be created and released, but they're now here.
Docs 2 come jam packed with brand new features. Here's a quick rundown of some from the top of my head:
- Integration with the forums for accounts. No longer having an account for docs and forums
- Revamped design for the docs viewer and admin panel
- Mobile friendly
- Multiple examples per syntax element
- Speed improvements
- Simple to use dashboard to manage your addons
To access the docs, simply click the docs button on forums navbar, head to https://skunity.com and click "documentation" or go to https://docs.skunity.com. We did in the end, move the docs to docs.skunity.com as we believe this allows us to keep the skunity.com domain organised and able to have different content on there without affecting the docs.
As you can see at the top of the post, there is an skdocs (skUnity Docs) logo. We're also rolling out a brand new logo, designed by @Rezz.
A huge thank you to everyone that is apart of skUnity. We hope you enjoy the new docs.
If you have any feedback, suggestions, bug reports or whatever else - please reply below. Provide as much detail as possible as it helps us to know what needs doing.
Thanks from everyone at skUnity
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Created by BaeFell
- Sep 4, 2017
I have just changed the resources section to allow downloads from visitors of the site that aren't registered. This is in light of a demand for access to download resources through other means.
If you have any questions, comments or objections over this, please do say.
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Created by BaeFell
- Jul 6, 2017
I'm happy to announce that the https issue for the docs is now resolved. The issue was slightly more complex and less complex than I thought. The issue affected "https://skunity.com" and "https://www.skunity.com", but no other sub-domains were affected (forums.skunity.com is hosted on a different server, but still unaffected at domain level). The issue was also only present in Google Chrome. Other browsers and SSL/HTTP(S) checking sites worked fine.
Originally I thought it was due to CloudFlares SSL certificate issued to the domain and as Chrome is very fussy with HTTPS, it just refused connection with a generic reason. After investigation with @xXAndrew28Xx, we tried restarting Apache, going through every configuration file and running commands to fix the issue, nothing worked. We then figured out that specifying the pages worked (testing page that still exists https://skunity.com/hiandrew), but any page that was the docs didn't. The way the docs are built means that different pages call upon some of the same files, regardless of the actual page. I did some digging (basically just commented and uncommented lines until stuff worked), and found that a header was being sent by PHP and was either conflicting with a meta tag or confusing the browser because it was sent before any HTML but was a HTML related header. The line was removed and the docs load fine.
There is a warning for unsecure content, which I plan to fix, but don't have the time to roll out right now. Docs 2 will be released soon and don't have any unsecure content notices. Just ignore it for now, your browsing experience shouldn't be affected.Comments: 3 Views: 601Continue reading»
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