Forum Posting Guidelines
This documentation refers to an outdated SpongeAPI version and is no longer actively maintained. While the code examples still work for that API version, the policies, guidelines, and some links may have changed. Please refer to the latest version of the documentation for those.
Read Before Posting
If you are confused or curious about Sponge, we strongly recommend reading the Frequently Asked Questions.
Please refrain from posting topics asking for basic information about Sponge, like “Is Sponge a Forge mod”, “When will Sponge be released”, etc. Answers to those questions can be found here in SpongeDocs.
Before you post a new topic on Sponge Forums, please make sure it’s not redundant questions or information! Use the
Search feature (top right of page) or check the
Your topic is similar to... box that appears above the pane when
creating a new topic (it updates as you add stuff to your topic). If there is a similar topic, you should probably
continue your discussion there!
Discussions about other APIs are allowed so long as they don’t turn nasty.
Still need more info? Take a look at the Sponge resources in the Sponge Documentation, check the Forum Announcements, or to track Sponge’s progress, follow them on Twitter or watch Sponge GitHub. If you are really keen to help development, look at Contributing to Sponge.
A complete list of rules and guidelines for Sponge Forums can be found in Forum & IRC Rules.
Categorising Your Posts
When creating new topics, use the drop down menu to the right of the topic title to set its category. Try to make sure this category fits what you’re posting about. If you don’t know what a category implies, a description is next to each one in the drop down.
Thanks for reading & welcome to the Sponge community!