On Sun, Jun 3, 2018 at 06:25 pm, Ian Blackburn wrote:
Safer to stick with the official add-on repositoryThat's not really the issue. There exist add-ons written for software that are not a part of the official add-on repository.
I agree that the stuff at the official repository is great, but that doesn't mean that stuff that's been "privately developed" is not equally useful.
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