I've list all the bundles I've found by exploring the folders and
through the plugin.
That was certainly quite a tedious work, thanks for that. See my comments inline.
I've cut the list in 3 parts : Services and Implementations, Protocols, Wizards.
There is 71 bundles.
What you have done was a necessary starting point, but I had in mind a different view of what we should display on the website:
- Services should IMHO appear in the developer documentation,
- Implementations, Protocols and Wizard should be sorted in 2 categories, namely:
-- one that gathers all the basic features of SC, i.e. that are part of the core SC and that will be maintained in time,
-- one that gathers plugins that are not part of the SC sources but that are available through another page.
The idea behind the second category would be first to move some of the plugins (I think about the ones that nobody maintains at the moment) from the current SC repository to external repositories; and second to have a page where we can reference any future contributions.
To complete this list, I need to know who develop / maintain each
plugin. So if you can send me by mail informations to complete the
I'm not sure this is a good idea to put a name on specific plugins. For plugins that will be in the second category (i.e. maintained by contributors that are not in the dev team and that are available on another URL), we can provide the URL where the plugin is available; for the features that are maintained by the dev team, it would be better to not stick a name on a specific feature, but rather display it as a team work. If people have a question on a specific feature, the mailing list is the right place to find information about it.
What do you (and other people) think?
On 2008/08/01, at 18:26, Damien Roth wrote:
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