This plugin currently just has two commands the first one is /youtube which tells the player what the youtube channel is. And /twitch which tells what the twitch channel is for the server. It is configurable.
commands: youtube: description: Sends YouTube Channel Information aliases: yt usage: /<command> [link] stream: description: Sends Twitch Channel Information usage: /<command> [link] beam: description: Sends Beam Channel Information usage: /<command> [link] ustream: description: Sends Ustream Channel Information usage: /<command> [link] livecoding: description: Sends LiveCoding Channel Information hitbox: description: Sends Hitbox Channel Information usage: /<command> [link]
- /youtube record <url> | Broadcasts that the user is recording with the link to youtube channel
- /youtube record <-server> | Broadcasts that the server is recording with link to youtube channel
- /twitch stream <url> | Broadcasts that the users is streaming on Twitch
- /twitch stream <-server> | Broadcasts that the server is streaming
- ytp.* | Allows all permissions
- ytp.s | Allows usage of streaming command
- ytp.r | Allows usage of recording command
- v2.5 - Added HitBox Support & Fixed Minor Bugs
- v2.4 - Changed File Structure of Plugin Around
- v2.3 - Added Ustream & LiveCoding Support
- v2.2 - Added Beam Support
- v1.7.8 - Fixed Permissions, and added new permissions, and made a maven project
- v1.7.6 - Fixed Permissions, need to work on permission denied messages.
- v1.7.5 - Version Not Released, but fixed permission spelling errors
- v1.7.2 - Fixed some spacing errors when you did /twitch stream -server
- Fixed Metrics
- Updated Plugin Description if you did /version youtubeplus
- v1.7 - Fixed Console Errors, added new permissions, and registered /yt as alias. Added some optional Params to the /youtube and /twitch commands
- v1.5 - Fixed command breakage possibility if you used an alias plugin. Also, added a new alias of /yt which is the same as /youtube
- Add Language Translations
- Add More Options as such what livestream provider you want to use or add. Such as livestream, and etc.
This plugin does have ability to submit statistics to http://mcstats.org/
Things that Metrics Collect:
- Java Version
- OS Version
- Plugin Version
- Server Version (ie: what version of craftbukkit or spigot you are using)
- Server Location
- System Arch
Servers can opt-out by going into the PluginMetrics folder and selecting config.yml and changing opt-out from false to true; Which will prevent it from submitting the metrics. Also the Metrics are anonymous, Find the plugins stats here http://mcstats.org/plugin/YoutubePlus
You can access my github page at https://github.com/Clarkcj12/YouTube-Plus which will allow you to do pull and push requests.