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Valkyr

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1) Snipplets: 
All of this code is self-documenting, I swear!

OSBot stuff:

WebWalker file loader: http://puu.sh/jjwX1/9a5aa6117a.txt

Pathfinder implementation: http://puu.sh/jjx21/d0e22e80d3.txt

Teleport manager: http://puu.sh/jjx7A/d9347879de.txt

Generic file downloader/updater (Part of the webwalker file loader): http://puu.sh/jjxmN/9a5a521b2c.txt

 

OSBot framework: http://i.gyazo.com/a24dc7d59e96ea80d7de523829a13782.gif

 

AntibanUtils class based on TRiBot's documentation (don't kill me pls): http://puu.sh/jjzY2/dfbdee88d5.txt

 
2) Tutorials: [sOURCE] (Link to thread)
N/a
3) Randoms/updates submitted: [sOURCE] (Link to thread)
N/a
4) Scripts available to the public: [sOURCE] (Link to thread)
None on TRiBot.

5) Short biography / Coding Experience: [1-2 short paragraphs]

 

I have been programming since I found interest at a young age (I forget the specefics). I believe it started through introduction to simple shell scripting, going onto creating simple websites in html, which further developed into dabbling with "proper" programming languages like Python, Perl, Java and C#/C++. I've wandered in and out of a number of different "scenes" and well, here I am now. To keep it short, I will list below a few notable projects I have completed, organised by which language was used:

 

Java

  • Substantial amount of content (Minigames, quests and misc features) written for various RSPS bases; Project Czar (eew), PI (eew), Matrix (eew) and Hyperion (Ruby is awesome!!)
  • A number of scripts on various sites (mostly now-defunct); KBot, Simba, RSBot/Powerbot, wBot, vInsert and OSBot (1 & 2)
  • A few basic Minecraft mods (e.g. Grapple hook, there was a really popular one that got taken down and I couldn't live without it, learned how to mod for this reason).

C#

  • Mostly college work; Hi-lo game, some random portfolio rubbish. Honestly, C# code-wise is almost exactly the same as Java, so I've not found much reason to properly dive into it (yet).

C++

  • Tabbed browser using the Qt framework
  • A couple of random programs for mass file-scanning.

Python

  • The only noteworthy project I used Python for was for my Robotics enrichment class. We used Python in conjunction with a Raspberry Pi in order to build a robot, which would then be used in a tournament to compete with other colleges around the country. We came third of about 40 colleges.

PHP

  • Basic forum system, dynamic website template. Used to run a personal site crammed with any content I made.
  • Shellscript which works around "system()" and derivatives being disabled.

 

 

As of late, I am currently pumping out scripts at OSBot (As most who have read this far will have probably already realised), which for the most part, have continuously proved to be of satisfactory standard.

6) Reasons why you feel you deserve Scripter: [1-3 short paragraphs]

I believe that I can offer above-par scripts to the community, tailored to make use as simple and seamless as possible. I have been working at it for quite some time and I feel that

7) What you plan to provide the community with: [1-3 short Paragraphs]

My knowledge, loyalty and a large number of user-friendly, robust and feature-packed scripts available for free (or at the very least a small fee). Aside from any material aspects, I am also available to help anyone within the bounds of my knowledge. Knowledge is power, and I believe in power to the people. Information wants to and must be free.

 

8) Do you agree to continue to not only update, but provide more free, open sourced scripts to the community? [YES/NO]
Yes, if not directly open-source then I will certainly provide a number of free scripts, as well as share code and ideas which I feel others may find useful.

 

End note: I'm aware of the requirements, this is the initial draft if anything; I may continue modifying this until such time that the requirements have been met.

 

-- Valkyr

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Code doesn't look bad, but there isn't a lot of it. Also, I read your end note, but I'm still not sure why you posted this app. You are very, very far away from being approved as a scripter here, regardless of the quality of your code. If you knew you would get denied, I'm curious as to why you posted the application? That's really all I have to say.

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Requirements

  • Minimum of 3 open-sourced free scripts however more are encouraged.
  • At least 1 of the Scripts must demonstrate full ABCL10 implementation.
  • Minimum of 100 post count
  • General involvement in the community
  • Desire to continue providing quality, free, maintained Scripts to the community
  • Scripting knowledge requirements: https://tribot.org/f...e-requirements/

You do not appear to meet any of these requirements as outlined here:

https://tribot.org/forums/topic/6550-application-guidelines/

 

Please meet all of these requirements before applying.

 

*This sub-forum is not for you to submit an unfinished application where you can modify it as you contribute, but a section for you to apply when you are indeed ready.

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