Badger Photo is a photography blog and gallery, dedicated to Scott's nature and wildlife photography with a Nikon DSLR. It is still under construction and has been built with PHP, MySQL, and GD, with images edited in Photoshop Lightroom. [Responsive and mobile-friendly]
This is the vBulletin forum that Scott has administrated since the summer of 2008 after a hiatus through 2007. It has gone through several iterations since then and was formerly on phpBB.
The Adoption Center, tied into the forum above, allows users to adopt
pets with which clicking on them each day levels them up. A large selection of pets are available, and a special one is available each month. Some pets change with enough clicks. This site was developed with PHP and MySQL.
This was Scott's flagship gaming fan site from 2006 through late 2010. It has gone through several transitions, originally titled Mario Minus World and later Buizel.Net. It primarily hosts Pokémon and Mario information, with a selection of videos created in Mario Paint Composer. This site was originally developed with XHTML and some portions later ported to PHP. The site is currently being redeveloped.
Dargplex is an in-development chat system meant to be simple and efficient. Scott has worked on several chat systems in the past, but due to events at Victory Road they have since been closed down. What will come of this one is currently uncertain, but it will be entirely separate from Victory Road. [Responsive and mobile-friendly]
The Pokémon Rater is a simple survey game where visitors can vote for the Pokémon characters that they like more. They are presented with two characters and can vote for one of them, or state that they like both or neither. I have also prepared a statistics page that enumerates the results of all votes and allows searching for specific Pokémon.
The Pokékaki is a drawing board (Japanese oekaki) built extensively with PHP and MySQL around two pre-built Java applets: ChibiPaint and Shi-Painter. Artists could use the system to create simple or complex illustrations. The site is currently deprecated due to lowered support of Java in major browsers and increased security in Java's default settings.
VGVids is a cancelled project built as the successor to Floatzel.Net. Its primary function was to consolidate Scott's multimedia and other files currently spread across the Web as well as to accept relevant files from others. Much of the code is being re-tooled and folded into a restructuring of Floatzel.Net.
Victory Road Chat was a desktop chat application tied into the forum and built around the inefficiencies of various vBulletin chat modules at providing an adequate integrated chat experience. The software was built to work with multiple rooms, handle many online users, allow custom formatting, and play customized notification sounds. The software was built in Visual Basic .NET and compiled for Windows 2000 and newer.
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