marco at ondina.co
Thu Feb 13 22:58:24 UTC 2014
So, when I first started plugins, I was like "WE SHOULD HAVE A WEBSITE, AND
IT SHOULD HAVE PLUGINS, AND AWESOME", but then I realized that we don't
have that many plugins. In the future, if plugins become a popular thing we
can invest some time in making jujuplugins.com and have a plugin installer,
etc. For now just collecting them all in one place is a good start.
On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 5:50 PM, Joshua Strobl <truthfromlies at gmail.com>wrote:
> Would it be feasible and/or benefitial to have some sort of rating
> system for the plugins, with those that get the most support being
> merged into juju-core (assuming there wouldn't be some upcoming
> functionality that would make the plugin no-longer-useful)? I see that
> as a great way to improve Juju's core functionality gradually without
> having to worry about tackling a possible issue later where plugin X
> that could've been merged is now out-of-date.
> On 02/13/2014 11:37 PM, Jorge O. Castro wrote:
> > If you didn't know, Juju has support for plugins. So far these have
> > been scattered over junk branches and pastebins so we're going to
> > organize them so people have one place to find them:
> > https://github.com/juju/plugins
> > We're not going to package them (yet) so we can put them in one place
> > and see which ones are useful and which ones aren't. If you have a
> > Juju plugin you're using and want to share it then please submit it.
> > Thanks to Marco Ceppi for organizing this!
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