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Contest Master
15 Mar 2006, 05:00
Which Modification should win this contest this month?

It's you, who decides!!!

Code Monkey
15 Mar 2006, 05:07
You have one in there from last month.

Oblivion Knight
15 Mar 2006, 07:09
Voted! Good luck everyone.. :)

Kmaster
15 Mar 2006, 07:30
uCash & uShop v2.0.0 already in Feb, put it in March will unfair to others.

Trigunflame
15 Mar 2006, 10:33
hmm im kinda dissapointed.. thought i would take atleast 3 of the spots..

Marky
15 Mar 2006, 12:16
Yeah I'd love it for Menu Control to be up there :p I'll try my very best to improve it and grab a chance of being up there :)
Good luck all :)

Lea Verou
15 Mar 2006, 13:13
None of them mine, as usual :(
Life suckς :(





(just kidding, I don't care THAT much :p)

Carnage
15 Mar 2006, 13:43
What are the requiremtents to get nominated for hotm?

Lea Verou
15 Mar 2006, 13:45
A LOT installs and it should be posted during the last month.

Snake
15 Mar 2006, 14:06
[AJAX] Live Feedback System: Registration

Developer
15 Mar 2006, 14:33
my vote goes to:Vbulletin World Map System

hmm im kinda dissapointed.. thought i would take atleast 3 of the spots..
many people want to take 1 of the spots :cool: not 3:confused:

Lea Verou
15 Mar 2006, 14:51
Trigunflame is greedy :p :p

Corriewf
15 Mar 2006, 14:54
[AJAX] Live Feedback System: Registration


Ditto.... Cool system!

EasyTarget
15 Mar 2006, 18:53
dang it, you should make these multiple votes.
world map, ajax and plugin accelerator would get my votes.

I guess since I can't vote for 3 I'll choose plugin accelerator because it benefits everyone.

Trigunflame
15 Mar 2006, 20:02
Seriously think I should have had atleast 1 other hack on this list.. "ban user from a thread" was very close I believe..

derekivey
15 Mar 2006, 20:15
I voted for JumpD's [AJAX] Live Feedback System: Registration hack :).

Akex
15 Mar 2006, 20:17
Voted :)

sabret00the
15 Mar 2006, 20:36
I voted plugin acc.

DementedMindz
15 Mar 2006, 20:43
Plugin Accelerator by far as well as his cache should of been on here too :)

Daniel
16 Mar 2006, 00:17
I don't use any of these, but I'd have to go with Trigun's Plugin Accelerator. Good luck to all contestants though, and nice work on making it this far!

Argyle
16 Mar 2006, 08:50
hmm im kinda dissapointed.. thought i would take atleast 3 of the spots..

Aye, I wanted to vote for the Ban Users from Individual Threads mod for HOTM.

mat64
16 Mar 2006, 15:13
Voted [AJAX] Live Feedback System: Registration hack ;)

Oddjob
16 Mar 2006, 15:59
Vbulletin World Map System

GamerJunk.net
16 Mar 2006, 18:30
World Map.

djr
16 Mar 2006, 22:20
[Ajax] Live Feedback Registration System

Corriewf
17 Mar 2006, 13:56
WOW! Its very close this month!

Tralala
17 Mar 2006, 21:13
JumpD's Live Feedback Registration System knocks my socks off!

Code Monkey
17 Mar 2006, 21:36
JumpD's Live Feedback Registration System knocks my socks off!

Now don't blame me if you catch a cold. :D

Retell
18 Mar 2006, 06:13
Ditto.... Cool system!

Tri-tto for te Ajax Registration System, of course I love the idea of the plugin compresion, but with the amount of bug I run into with plugins, dont want another variable to deal with, good idea though :bunny:

egyptsons
18 Mar 2006, 12:39
Live feed back ;)

BeaLzeBuB
19 Mar 2006, 12:37
voted good luck everyone

Kacela
19 Mar 2006, 17:29
...It's you, who decides!!!I wish that was the way it worked.

Anyway, I voted for the Vbulletin World Map System (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=109819) :bunny:

Xenon
19 Mar 2006, 21:38
well, of course not you alone :P

Tralala
19 Mar 2006, 21:43
Wow, it's really neck and neck, isn't it?

JsnakeJ
19 Mar 2006, 22:40
If uShop wins it won't be fair. From what I remember a Hack couldn't be in 2 months in a row.

Tralala
19 Mar 2006, 22:45
If uShop wins it won't be fair. From what I remember a Hack couldn't be in 2 months in a row.

Well, since you mention that, even if it doesn't win, it still wouldn't be fair, I suppose.

Its votes would have gone to others. And in a race this tight, every vote counts.

JsnakeJ
19 Mar 2006, 22:50
Yeah.

I'm voting for [AJAX] Live Feedback System: Registration, most useful for me.

Zachariah
28 Mar 2006, 23:29
Multiple account login detector (AE Detector)
- Thank You Sir.

Dennis B
30 Mar 2006, 12:15
AE Detector is maybe the best administrative tool I have on my forums.

trackpads
30 Mar 2006, 19:46
AE All the way.

trigon
01 Apr 2006, 00:37
AE Detector is maybe the best administrative tool I have on my forums.
me too.
BTW now we have April 1., seems that AE Detector has won. :cool:

SaN-DeeP
01 Apr 2006, 01:15
[AJAX] Live Feedback System: Registration

MPDev
01 Apr 2006, 13:58
Wow, thank you everyone who voted for the Multiple AE Detector.

:)

coffee
01 Apr 2006, 18:29
Which Modification should win this contest this month?

It's you, who decides!!!

:up: [AJAX] Live Feedback System: Registration

Corriewf
07 Apr 2006, 23:44
Close all the way to the end. :)

Code Monkey
08 Apr 2006, 01:52
Close all the way to the end. :)

Looks more like a slaughter to me. :D

Ziki
09 Apr 2006, 09:59
I wanted to vote for AE but I pushed the wrong button....so I voted for plugin accelerator

Code Monkey
09 Apr 2006, 17:22
I wanted to vote for AE but I pushed the wrong button....so I voted for plugin accelerator

See, that is why LFS is losing, hanging chads. :D

Ziki
09 Apr 2006, 17:24
Who knows....:rolleyes:

MPDev
12 Apr 2006, 12:33
Isn't this over?

Daniel
12 Apr 2006, 18:05
Isn't this over?
I believe it closes April 15.

Hemanth
23 May 2006, 10:27
Where is the hack

"AJAX] Live Feedback System: Registration". I cann't access it.

derekivey
23 May 2006, 10:51
The author felt disrespected and left, removing all of his hacks as well.

Jon_Simmonds
23 May 2006, 11:25
thats a shame, it was on my to install list for a while, is the auther posting the hack anywere else?

Code Monkey
23 May 2006, 13:58
It will return. Just not here.

vedman
23 May 2006, 17:18
It will return. Just not here.
You don't win a poll and so you quit the site, yanking your mods? I'll miss some of your work, but not your ego. Good luck with that.

Tralala
23 May 2006, 20:10
You don't win a poll and so you quit the site, yanking your mods? I'll miss some of your work, but not your ego. Good luck with that.

vedman, it's got nothing to do with not winning a poll. Read a bit, and learn about the zeitgeist of a community before making a judgmental and sarcastic comment, why doncha?

Talk about ego... good luck with that.

vedman
24 May 2006, 02:53
vedman, it's got nothing to do with not winning a poll. Read a bit, and learn about the zeitgeist of a community before making a judgmental and sarcastic comment, why doncha?

Talk about ego... good luck with that.
From your post history, it appears that I offended a die-hard fan of his. I know he has many... but I have my own opinion. I sincerely hope my low post count didn't give you the impression that I'm just some forum noob talking out of his ass.

First off, I've done my research now, and I apologize for jumping to conclusions regarding the reason for his departure. A comment made earlier on this page (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showpost.php?p=985585&postcount=53) made perfect sense to me, given his second place finish and his prior temperament in his threads.

You are incorrect if you assumed that I referenced his ego in my judgmental and sarcastic comment just for the hell of it, or to troll at random. I do not do that. I did so because as generous as he has been in providing mods for the community, he is usually under the impression that he is never wrong when someone points out a bug in his code. His repeated arrogance in the past is the sole reason I took the opportunity to make the comment that I did. The ArticleBot RSS Feed Poster (http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=site%3Awww.vbulletin.org+ArticleBot+JumpD+100269&btnG=Search) thread is one that immediately comes to mind as a prime exhibition of his talent mixed with arrogance.

In my book, a little humility is a must. No one is perfect, and to be honest I'd rather see a coder that gives zero support over one that can't admit his mistakes. On this site, in which coders generously provide hacks and mods and templates for all to use free of charge, it seems rather contradictory for an author to shun user feedback and opinions. It makes no sense at all, actually; why would you bother writing/posting mods if you can't stand hearing anything other than "Great mod, it's perfect!", when it's not? I love getting feedback from my users, and I may blush when someone finds a bug, but I'm glad they tell me (even publically) because it helps me perfect the software. I sure as hell don't brush off feedback and tell them they're wrong.

You may disagree or not even care what attitudes authors carry with them as long as they provide the goods, but I do care, and JumpD's holier-than-thou attitude is the reason for my post (and the reason I'm not shedding a tear over his departure).

BTW, after reading the threads that discuss his mods disappearing, it is apparent that JumpD did indeed help many people here. This is not an attack on any of them; I just had a different experience with him. So it goes.

Code Monkey
24 May 2006, 03:36
You have never had an experience with me. At least not under the account you are using. Other than that, I am not going to comment because I know I don't deserve that trash talk and so do the hundreds and hundreds of people I spent late nights working out bugs for or help get things working even though it was their own error that caused the problem. So do the many many people who I went and fixed things for directly on their servers at no charge.

Have a nice day.

MJM
24 May 2006, 04:54
I sincerely hope my low post count didn't give you the impression that I'm just some forum noob talking out of his ass.


Nope, wasn't your low post count that gave me that impression :)

hobbes747
24 May 2006, 05:24
Other than that, I am not going to comment because I know I don't deserve that trash talk and so do the hundreds and hundreds of people I spent late nights working out bugs for or help get things working even though it was their own error that caused the problem.

Because it couldn't have been a mistake in your hack. :D

vvv Your English is bad. The "even" applies to both instances of the or. Also, it should be "neither do the hundreds and hundreds of people". Plus, it should be "helped get things working".

Code Monkey
24 May 2006, 05:35
yeah, that would be covered by the first part of the sentance. The part before the "or" that you chose not to bold.