@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
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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