Just out of curiosity: On this
<http://tiddlywiki.com/static/PluginMechanism.html> page about TiddlyWiki
plugins I read the following:
Plugins that define macros, views or other named entities are expected to
> prefix the name with their publisher identifier, for example:
However, I have yet to see a plugin follow this guideline. Is this still
Just to check whether I even understand this correctly: Let's say I develop
a plugin $:/plugins/juliankniephoff/frobnicator which exposes a widget
$frobnicate, a macro frob and a filter operator frobnicated, should these
be called $juliankniephoff.frobnicate, juliankniephoff.frob and
So would I really have to write something like this?:
<$juliankniephoff.frobnicate filter="[juliankniephoff.frobnicated] value=<
(Of course none of this means anything. I'm just curious about the
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