Just a quick note for everyone (that either didn't attend LGM or didn't
hear the results of the conversation I had with Joao and Jehan)...

After some back and forth we are currently considering managing our own
infrastructure to host plugins/scripts.

We had a chance to speak (loudly in my case) at LGM and I will ping the
list again when we have fleshed out some ideas a little further and start
soliciting some feedback/ideas.


On Tue, Apr 12, 2016 at 1:13 PM Jason van Gumster <fw...@monsterjavaguns.com>

> Akkana Peck <akk...@shallowsky.com> wrote:
> > I'm still not clear what the advantage would be of one repo per
> > file.
> Not to kick a week-old hornet's nest, but I'd like to point out that as a
> user
> looking for extensions/add-ons/scripts/etc, I find it much more convenient
> to
> download/clone a single script without being required to pull down a bunch
> of
> unrelated scripts as part of the same repository. This is even more the
> case if
> I happen to want to contribute code to that script.
> Granted, perhaps there's a frontend that's developed which obfuscates or
> otherwise diminishes the need to get all of the undesired scripts. But
> despite
> the hassle (I have a few one-off scripts/add-ons for Blender on GitHub in
> their
> own repos), there are definitely some advantages for the people who aren't
> the
> primary developers.
>   -Jason
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