If you use the node version of tiddlywiki than you can use the 
TIDDLYWIKI_PLUGIN_PATH environment variable and have it point to the folder 
with your plugins, then they will be available to the node wikis.

I haven't tried hosting a local plugin library but I don't know of any 
reason it wouldn't work.

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