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  1. Developers: Introduce yourselves

    You say you know JavaScript, does that mean you know HTML and CSS as well? Or is your knowledge limited to using NodeJS? Web development is a good thing to learn, you'll want to start with HTML then CSS and JS. I can't really give any tips on where to start since I learnt this stuff years ago but there's probably some really good tutorials on YouTube that could help you get started.
  2. All political talk is now banned

    Yeah, politics will always be banned. It's just not a fun time for anyone. We're adding this to our ever-growing list of rules we've built over the years. We have a #politics channel on our Discord server if you really want to discuss politics or anything controversial with members of Diversity, but it will not be tolerated anywhere else.
  3. Wanted: reward suggestions

    Getting a little side-tracked here, let's not turn this into a discussion about something we probably won't do.
  4. Ban Appeal

    You should always read the rules yourself and understand them without relying on someone else's potentially false information. Resource packs are mods, they modify how the game is displayed. Just because it's not a mod loaded in Forge doesn't mean it's not a mod. If you're using a resource pack that gives you an extreme advantage over anyone not using it, it's not allowed. You are not wrong, though it's kinda absurd to list the full rules in-game as it would be too much information to fit on screen. The in-game rules tell you to check our website for the full rules anyway. Also let it be known that just because something is not explicitly written as rule, doesn't mean it's acceptable behaviour (ie. we can make rules up on the spot if necessary), but in this case, the rules you've broken are definitely available for reference. Also, you claimed to have read our rules, yet you still tried to break another one post ban: logging in with an alt account to evade a ban. So no, we won't be shortening your ban, sorry.
  5. Wanted: reward suggestions

    With a 0.0000000000000001% chance of getting one.
  6. Claim not working

    Sounds like a WorldGuard issue. What was the problem @Knightman?
  7. Wanted: reward suggestions

    As many of you may know, we are currently developing a new hub area that will replace our current Hub server and the SMP /spawn area. If you have seen the new hub, you will have noticed the "REWARDS" area that is in development. This will be home to a new feature called the Mystery Crate. I need some help in figuring out what rewards should be given out as I don't play therefore I don't know what everyone likes to get. So please respond to this thread with items or anything else you think could be given to players from a mystery crate. It is not limited to items and blocks, it could be commands or permissions as well. Thanks
  8. Luci did me dirty

    NO!!
  9. Luci did me dirty

    what the fuck
  10. Hello...is that tech support?

    It reminds me of zip disks that would hold up to - wait for it - 100MB
  11. Hello...is that tech support?

    What the actual hell is that thing lmao. And why only 12GB for that size?
  12. Hi, sorry for the delay in giving you a response. The staff team have decided to give you another chance - please don't ruin it. Welcome back.
  13. Helper Applications are no longer open

    When will the new staff be announced? This question often pops up. Usually what happens is we wait until the close date (Nov 19) before we begin making any decisions. After applications close, staff will each decide on who they think should be our next lot of Helpers. This process can take a while, days, weeks, it depends how proactive everyone is about it all. Once a decent amount of staff have made their decision, we compare all the staff results and see who makes it out on top, from there we make informed decisions on who would be best for the role and we also decide how many new staff members we will recruit. Again, this process can take a while due to most of us being in different time zones. We try our best to make a choice as quickly as possible, but we also want to make sure we're making the right choice . Please try not to repeatedly ask us when the Helpers will be chosen, it can make you come across as pushy and may possibly affect your application.
  14. UPDATE: Applications are now closed. Thank you to everyone who applied. We will now go through the selection process which may take a while, we'll let you know by email if you made the cut. Hey everyone, been a while! Diversity has been getting a little quiet lately. We're aware of this and have some plans to help get things back in order. A few staff members have resigned in the last few months, so we're looking to expand our team once again. As of today, we are now accepting new Helper applications. What is a Helper? We don't often talk about what "Helpers" do on Diversity and I'd like to explain their role. Helpers are our first line of support for all players. They have a few basic tools at hand to help with many situations, like checking logs to see who has taken something out of a chest, or temporarily removing a troublesome player from the server. Helpers not only help the players, they help the Moderators and Admins as well. By taking care of certain tasks, the Helpers allow the higher levelled staff to do their jobs easier. What is required of a Helper? It's not just a fancy green tag next to your name, as a helper you will be required to: Encourage good behaviour in game and follow all the rules - lead by example. Be the first line of response to players needing assistance in chat. Perform routine checks of our various public farms, communicating with other staff as you do so. Use the staff communication platform Slack to notify other staff of certain events online. Take part in regular monthly staff meetings on Slack. Help the moderators/admins as needed. We tend to be quite strict with staff responsibilities, so if we find you are not pulling your weight, demotion is possible. If you think you're up to the tasks involved, please apply. Who can apply for Helper? We encourage everyone to apply, however we can't accept applications from all of you. Please be aware of the following: You must be at least 13 years old. We use tools such as Google Drive and Slack which restrict usage to people over the age of 13. Having multiple warnings, kicks or bans can negatively affect your application. If you've had a history of breaking our rules then you're unlikely to make it as a Helper. If you're unsure, apply anyway. There is no SMP level requirement but having more time played on Diversity will certainly give you an advantage over others. Please don't apply if your only reasoning for being a Helper is that it's "cool". We want people who genuinely want to help the players and staff, and to help the network evolve. If you've read and understood the above and still want to give a shot at becoming a Helper - apply now. Applications close Sunday 19th November. But don't leave quite yet! We are also looking to better our Vanilla server and build up a dedicated player base. In order to do that, we will need to take on a few players who will specifically look over and moderate the Vanilla server. What is a Vanilla Mod? The Vanilla Mod position is a new role to Diversity. We've decided to create it to give the Vanilla server some love that it deserves. Vanilla Mods will help run the server and be in charge of organizing community events, design a set of rules, and moderate the server. These Moderators will be in charge of checking logs and banning players when issues arise on the server. They will be able to fly and use creative mode, although this should be used at the bare minimum as the whole idea for a vanilla server is to keep it vanilla. They will not have staff powers on the SMP server, but will have access to tools we all use such as Slack and our Google Drive. If they need help or have any questions, the admins will be able to help there too. The requirements to become a Vanilla Moderator are the same as those to become a Helper on SMP. If you have any further questions or concerns, please ask them. This is a brand new role and we are still working out the kinks. Now if you've read and understood the following and are interested in becoming a Vanilla Mod, click here to apply - apply now. Applications close Sunday 19th November.
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