On Sun, 2009-11-08 at 11:30 -0600, Gabriel M. Beddingfield wrote:
Plugins should use whatever extensions they please. Plugins should
under no circumstances /require/ extensions unless it is absolutely
necessary to do so for the plugin to work at all. Given this, there is
little need to "limit" yourself. Necessity is necessity, regardless of
what the house judiciary committee on LV2 extension support decides
people "should" implement ;)
Easy documentation about which hosts support what is indeed useful, but
you can't come up with a "consensus" about what hosts "should" support.
They "should" support everything ;)
It's what they DO support that matters. There's been far, far, far too
much yapping about this on the list at this point. Yes, we need a
compatibility matrix or something along those lines. Everyone agrees.
There is really no need to continually state it.
SOMEONE MAKE ONE ON THE DAMNED WIKI THEN
The problem is simply a lack of documentation. The solution is to write
it. There is certainly no utility in complaining about these problems
at this point. "Those who can do, those who can't complain".
Since there seem to be several people who are really, really into this
problem.... solve it already. Using mediawiki is not difficult.
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