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HeyImJamie

HeyImJamie's Scripter Application

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Here is my application for Scripter. I've tried to use 3 different scripting frameworks on my open source scripts so that others can learn from them. The current framework I use is the one found in the ProgressiveWoodcutter, which is similar to @Naton's as I've found it the nicest to use. Thank you for reading, and please post any comments / things I can learn from. :) 

- Jamie.

1 ) Snippets: [Source] (Link to thread)

Membership Observer:

2 ) Tutorials: [Source] (Link to thread)

None.

3 ) Randoms/updates submitted: [Source] (Link to thread)

None.

4 ) Scripts available to the public.

JGdk : Private Source.

[ABC2] (Preferences + Idle Actions Only) JUnicows https://github.com/HeyImJamie/JUniCows

JWildyPrayer : https://github.com/HeyImJamie/JWildyPrayer

[ABC2] JProgessiveWoodcutter : https://github.com/HeyImJamie/JProgressiveWoodcutter

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

I’m 23 and currently studying at University to become a Firefighter. I spend a few days at University a week, and a few days on station as a graduate firefighter, where in my down time I decided I wanted to learn a new skill. As I was already purchasing bots on the site (I’ve been around for a fair few years), I felt Java would be an interesting topic to study, so I began self-teaching myself to code. I started originally writing scripts for a competitive bot, learnt their API and then realised I knew little about Java. I took a step back, learned the basics and moved over here. I’ve then taken advice from scripters such as @WillB and many others. I’m now where I’m at today, I can write scripts for myself and albeit only in Java, I feel I’m fairly well versed to write premium quality scripts for Tribot.

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

I don't feel there's much to say for this, and I believe it's mainly down to you all to decide. I feel as though I’m approachable and have a fairly down to earth perspective on things. I’m happy to release scripts for the community that are free to use and I enjoy scripting in my free time. I’ll also continue to help those who need it, be it on Discord or the forums.

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

Future scripts, friendly advice and support, as well as maintaining the scripts I currently provide. I’m always active in the Discord and I already lurk the forums enough to continue the support I try to give.
8 ) Do you agree to continue to not only update, but provide more free, open sourced scripts to the community? [YES/NO]

Yes, of course.

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You should only include scripts that are open sourced that can be evaluated.

One of your three appears to be not even working, based on the comments in the thread.

@Assume brings up a good point, they are relatively basic but do demonstrate your understanding. Aside from that, we generally like to see impact of your free content on the community whereas most of your scripts have seen some mild use, you should try to create things as part of your application that are desirable and feature packed.

My recommendation is to fix your script and add something that fills a gap on the repository and has a bit more of complexity.

Please re-apply with your changes.

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