@elextr myeah maybe as it's not really maintained it could make some sense.  
Yet, from past experience only a few things are tricky to keep compatible 
between both versions, so (without having looked carefully) I wouldn't think 
most of is would be hard to keep compatible.  And removing deprecation is fun 
and all, but might only be useful for GTK4+, which might require a lot more 
changes anyway.

As for the permission, as clever as it is the plugin is unmaintained (no matter 
what the MAINTAINERS file states, Alexander is gone as of the latest news I 
had) anyway, so it's up for grabs :)

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