I've done a number of things on the Internet, including written pieces, code stuff, etc.
I am a player of a bit under 4 years on a wonderful Minecraft server called Empire Minecraft. I am a member of the Contribution Team of EMC, where I help keep the EMC Wiki up-to-date, relevant, and standardised. (An example of this standardisation is my spearheading of the update of all Custom Item renders from pre-1.14 textures to 1.16).
I also write blog posts for the EMC Blog, only one of which has been published: What’s New in the Minecraft 1.16 “Nether Update”.
I am a File Moderator of and Contributor to Modrinth, a FOSS modding platform similar to that of CurseForge, but far better. I do some level of quality assurance by ensuring issues with the software powering Modrinth are documented for the developers to remediate.
I've also submitted a couple minor changes to the website itself, which can be found here.
Additionally, I've written a blog post for Modrinth's blog regarding software licensing for Minecraft mods. That guide can be found here.
I've done a bit of work on helping others with Minecraft Fabric mod developing, as well as having made a couple of my own.
The ones listed below are simply my notable creations/contributions, and is not comprehensive of every contribution I've made to projects.
I've created a few Fabric mods of my own. These can be found on my Modrinth page here.
I am a Project Developer of Consistency Plus, a Fabric mod dedicated to resolving disparities between consistency in the number of building blocks and materials provided to the Minecraft player.
First published: 2021-05-23 | Last updated: 2021-06-21