Centralized Repository for Plugins #22

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kvcrawford opened this Issue Dec 22, 2011 · 4 comments

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@kvcrawford

It would be fantastic if there was a centralized location for all the different Litihium plugins. It could simply be a page on the lithium website with titles, description, a link to the plugin home page, and/or a link to a git repo for the plugin.

Or, possibly, you could create another Github organization, like "lithium_plugins" that hosts the master repo for each plugin. But that sounds as though it may be a little less practical, since (I think?) you would run into permissions issues for all the different authors for their plugins.

@kvcrawford

Sweet! thanks!

@agborkowski
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ok i know li3_lab exist but i dont have time to read code and think how its work, this proces, write and public plugins, extensions should be write in manual

@davidpersson
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The lab is phasing out, instead we recommend to search github using the li3_ prefix or look at the UOR account for "official" plugins. Alternatively there's also lithium101.com.

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