| This is BDJP007301's userspace.|
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|Joined Minecraft Wiki||
March 5, 2014
Performance related only
|Minecraft forum name|
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Video games, Minecraft, Helping others
Bullies, Failing grades, Addicting games
Hi! I'm BDJP007301. Some of you may know me as Dlawso the Really Lucky Rabbit on the Mojira bug tracker, formerly helping out the moderators by finding a lot of dupes / invalid tickets. I'm also known as TheNintenGuru on both Minecraft and YouTube.
I decided to come up with TheMeaningOfBlah after a friend told me that blah meant Thank You in a different language. I'm not sure what language it is, though. As for my other names, TheTMOBGaming2 came to be as a combination of the capitals of my Minecraft name. BDJP007301 came to be as Blah was already taken. Sonic came to be as my favorite video game character / franchise is Sonic The Hedgehog. As of February 25th, 2017, my Minecraft username is now officially TheNintenGuru.
In Minecraft, I tend to join multiplayer servers, play some singleplayer survival, build redstone circuits, or just check out the lastest developmental versions. As for YouTube, you'll just have to wait and see.
On the Minecraft Wiki
On here, I usually tend to updating the fixed bugs lists on most pages, hence as to why I have a Mojira profile. I also try my best to remove vandalism, unnecessary information / videos, and bug-related trivia.
- Making summaries of the chapters for Minecraft: The Island and Minecraft: The Crash.
- Creating pages for Minecraft Mini-Series, Minecraft Mini-Series: Challenge of the Spooky Isles, Minecraft Mini-Series: Mystery of the Greek Isles
|1.8||TheTMOBGaming2 can now be found on Twitter.|
|1.4.2||TheTMOBGaming2 can now be found on YouTube.|
|1.7.2||TheTMOBGaming2 can now be found on Tumblr.|
|1.7.4||TheMeaningOfBlah can now be found on the Minecraft Forum.|
|TheTMOBGaming2 hits 100 subscribers on YouTube.|
|1.7.5||BDJP007301 can now be found on this very Wiki.|
|1.7.9||Sonic can now be found on the Mojira.|
|1.7.10||TheMeaningOfBlah can now be found on reddit.|
|1.8||TheTMOBGaming2 hits 200 subscribers on YouTube.|
|1.8.1||TheMeaningOfBlah is now TheTMOBGaming2.|
|1.10.2||TheTMOBGaming2 hits 300 subscribers on YouTube.|
|1.11||All videos on TheTMOBGaming2 are deleted.|
|Channel is now under construction for reopening at an unspecified date.|
|1.11.2||TheTMOBGaming2 is now TheNintenGuru.|
My Desktop Specs
- Lenovo ideacentre AIO 520-24AST
- AMD A12-9720P 12 Core (4 CPU; 8 GPU) with AMD Radeon R7 Graphics @ 2.70 GHz
- 8MB L2 Cache
- 8GB DDR3 System Memory @ 1600 MHz
- 1TB (5400 RPM) HDD
- 23.8” diagonal High Definition+ BrightView LED Display (1920 x 1080)
- These are planned to be upgraded / updated in the near future.
Minecraft games that I have
|Minecraft: Story Mode|
|Minecraft: Story Mode - Season Two|
Stance on "unconfirmed features"
I really don't feel like that the "unconfirmed features" section should have been amended into the style guide. For starters, none of us are sure if these features are going to be in 1.10, and already one of them has been deconfirmed for 1.10 (changes to
/summon). I don't feel like we need to put in features that have never been confirmed for a specific version as that appears to be driving up even more speculation IMHO. Sure, they have been mentioned during development of 1.10, but that does not mean that it will in 1.10. All we need to do is just have confirmation that said feature will be in 1.10, and we never need to touch it again. Unfortunately, this section is doing the exact opposite, keeping in content that has only been mentioned by the main developers at least once, without even mentioning a specific version. Also, implementing this section can drive up speculation for things that have been mentioned years ago, with no links between that "feature" and the latest version. It almost feels like that its just completely astrotive... in a sense of keeping things up to date. -BDJP (t|c) 17:16, 13 May 2016 (UTC)
Stance on what Nintendo Switch version we should use
I honestly feel like it would be way better to use the "1.0.x" versioning that is found in the system than using the "Patch x" versioning that 4J Studios promotes as such.
- Gives the Nintendo Switch a unique version number
- Can not be confused with the Wii U's "Patch x" versioning that 4J Studios continues to promote with the Nintendo Switch Edition. If a version number is found, then 4J Studios needs to clearly promote it using said version number.
- None that I can really find