@Fifkee there's no such thing as a "good" moderator. And I'm not trying to be good.
What started this since day 1 was cyeria's ignorance (no offence). He would not take the criticisms given, and instead trying criticising the criticism received. I don't like ignorant people nor do I like being ignorant.
This is what really got on my nerves. I did get far more aggressive than I should have, and this is my fault.
Remember the feedback/criticism you gave me for my Libraries+ ? @Fifkee? I wanted that and I liked that. I want to improve as a programmer, and most importantly, as a person.
I completely agree it was horrifying, but someone needed to do something about it. As not only was he arguing to me, he was creating a whole militia in the discord to degrade me, so I had to do something.
This is completely false. Do not give misinformations about other people. I'm not even active on the discord anymore.
None of us are dealing this situation correctly. It's best that we go our ways and end this once and for all. I'd like to ask for forgiveness from you for my aggression and I want you to ask for the same from me, for attempting to damage my reputation.
I will be locking this thread. You liked your other thread anyways. The one with 100+ replies. Do your documentation there. If you want I can move it to cool creations, since, again, this is a creation you made that you want to show.
@Fifkee is right. Necro bumping is not a good idea either unless you are making a contributing response. I will be locking this thread to prevent further spam. @chexyalani if you want me to unlock it PM me.
@NinjaXDpro@kingdom5 Because Discord has blocked incoming requests from Roblox (due to request spam caused by faulty scripts), if you wish to make a Discord webhook request from Roblox you will have to go through a proxy.
The good news is the Roblox user Osyris has already setup a proxy server just for that, and the transition is very easy. All you have to do is change your http requests' URLs from "https://discordapp.com/api/*" to "https://discord.osyr.is/*".
A proxy is a webserver that acts as an intermediary; it sits in-between your Roblox server and the Discord server, and simply relays all incoming requests to Discord and their responses back to you.
The result is that instead of seeing Roblox as the sender of the request, Discord sees that other website. This is enough to fool Discord into thinking the request didn't come from a Roblox game.
Be careful as to not spam requests though, else Discord will also block the proxy and we'll be back to square one.
The reason Discord blocked Roblox in the first place was that people were using it as a way to record error messages. However badly written scripts caused errors over and over in tight infinite loops, resulting in request spam.
Discord is really not the service for this kind of thing. If you wish to record error messages I recommend you search for another service.