• Welcome to Minr.org

    Server IP: zero.minr.org 

    Java Version: 1.20.4

    Who are we?

    Welcome to one of the oldest Minecraft servers and communities in the world! Zero.minr.org dates back over 13 years and has been consistently providing endless hours of fun and excitement for players from all over the globe. With an uptime of 99%, you can count on us to be here for you whenever you're in the mood for some challenging minecraft parkour, puzzles and mazes.

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    So why not join us and become a part of something truly special? Who knows, you may even have what it takes to create a challenge that will remain on our server for years to come. Whether you're a seasoned Minecraft veteran or a newcomer to the game, we look forward to welcoming you to our server.

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Progression of the Minr Plugin


Nov 18, 2013
Recently saw a post on reddit about a visual representation of the Minecraft code base, and was inspired to put the Minr plugin through the same process.

Sadly lost the log files of the 2015 updates I did, because I never used git there. Don't think my captions are that great, since I myself am not quite sure what happens most of the time, but I added those where I'm fairly sure I understood what happened.

Additional stats:
As of now, 804,717 lines of code were added, and 594,741 lines of code were removed, over a total of 725 commits. (This also includes auto-generated material such as documentation, so the actual value lies probably lower).

Hopefully it interests some people :)


Tinkering boomer
Oct 26, 2013
Very impressive.

For the record: The groundwork was done by Zaraza.
And Nickman later did some important fixes when MC updated as well as adding bPermissions support.

I just added simple stuff : minr restore / skull / mine / rocket and a few extra checkpoint signs.

It shows my name in the video simply because i committed all the code to github ;)


minr op since Nov 2011
Oct 28, 2013
Watched it with the runescape launcher open, runescape theme fit the animation quite well, heh

I didin't realize just how big the plugin actually is before this.


Maze Connoisseur
Apr 21, 2014
I re-rendered it about half-a-year-to-a-year ago, but it turned out that all of the changes since the first video are actually quite boring to watch :(