I guess I'll throw my hat into the ring
1 - Your Minecraft Username:
2 - Your Discord Username & ID (Isn't a requirement but if you've got it it'd be useful to know):
3 - Your previous experience, please do provide links if it's open-source, or if not talk us through it:
This is a proformance monitoring and logging tool which, One thing that is important to note is the use of database based storage of things, showing that I do infact, know how to do stuff with databases, and know sqlite very well, however, I do not know how well knowledge of sqlite transfers over to working with MySQL
This are a few other bits of code, all in python that do various things, some of them are unfinished
1) forumliker.py is a file that someone on the server requested for me to make, and was supposed to be a bot that would just like all of your own threads, I ended up not finishing it for 2 reasons. first, I later found out that this was technically a volition of the proboards TOS and so I immediately stopped working on it, and second, I was able to get the bot to do literally everything else it needed to do, but it wouldn't ever click on the like button.
2) Test OCR.py is a test thing I made to experiment with Optical Character Recognition, its not particularly impressive but its one of the scripts i still had after my transfer to my new computer and so I decided to include it
3) ReactionBot.py is another small script i made on tf a while back when we first added reactions, because I wanted to see how easy it would be to automatically complete reactions with a script, It could complete reactions in less than a second and its use was banned less than 30 minutes after i finished the code, and then the reactions were changed to only show when you hover your cursor over it
4) huecolorpicker.py is a personal project which was also my first time experimenting with tkinter and gui coding stuff, It is a piece of code I use a lot, and I plan to remake something similar in C# with additional features such as dynamic support for the number of lights rather than hard coding an amount of lights, and also a color picker thing for the lights, and maybe some other automations
TF related pull request things:
4 - A short bit about why you want to become a developer for TF.
So one thing I should probably mention before going into this is that, I don't really know java, however, I think I can still be of use to the development team. You see, the coding languages that I primarily work with is python, which i have about 5 or 6 years of experience with, and also C# which while I have only just started learning C# I think that there is some interesting possibilities that we could look into, such as maybe a telnet client using the windows forms stuff or maybe even a desktop application for a panel if we ever decide to re-add that. But, I think for the most part I can help assist people like elmon with other non-plugin related things such as the discord bot, or any other future projects that we might have. Additionally, despite not really knowing java all too well, I am still willing and able to do menial tasks that other developers might put off and not want to do (an example of this can be found here: Link ). Furthermore, while I can't code in java myself, I think I should still be able to interpret and review code using the knowledge I have from working with C#, which while different in many ways, does also share a number of similarities, and also just from coding in general.
Lastly, I also believe that I can bring some new and creative ideas to the development team as I genuinely do enjoy coding, and love problem solving, which is definitely a good thing to love when coding. Additionally, I work well with teams so I hope that I will be able to collaborate with the rest of the dev team easily without any major issues to the flow of the work.