On 6/9/13 2:07 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
There could be a core group of Extensions/Add-ons that are maintained as part of the program.
Official add-ons. Then a bunch of 3rd party or experimental ones. Encourage all to be made as
OpenSource so that if/when the original maintainer vanishes then others could take over.
This assumes there will be someone interested in taking the extensions over.
If you were at 3rd party developer, how would you feel about competing
with "official" add-ons, especially if the one you wrote was superior?
If it's not official, maybe there's something wrong with it.
Mac OS X 10.8.4
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