David Neary wrote:
> Henrik Brix Andersen wrote:
>>According to http://registry.gimp.org/changes?max=15 the last change to
>>a plug-in was done only a couple of days ago - so it seems the registry
>>works at least for some people.
> Perhaps, but there are several things which should be possible
> which aren't.
> First, the majority of the plug-ins in the registry appear to be
> abandonware - 1.0 plug-ins that have never been updates to 1.2,
> never mind 1.3/2.0. We need a way to clean out the cruft (or at
> least hide it away).
> Second, the registry could do with a ranking system to have the
> most common and/or popular plug-ins appearing on the top of the
> lists of plug-ins. The only sorting system I've seen is
> alphabetically, which severely limits the usefullness of the site.
> Third, it is not possible to attach patches for existing
> plug-ins to a plug-in without being a plug-in maintainer. It
> would be nice if this were easier to do, perhaps with a comment
> system? Although I guess an inscription system makes some
Fourth, there needs to be a way to recover your password or
something! My plugins died in the registry because the ability
to update them was locked to an account that I'd forgotten
the password to.
Adam D. Moss . ,,^^ [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.foxbox.org/ co:3
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