[Qgis-user] value tool plugin in 2 repos
alobolistas at gmail.com
Sun Jan 29 13:33:49 EST 2012
Then, what I understand from your message is that
QGIS Official Repository http://pyqgis.org/repo/official
QGIS Contributed Repository http://pyqgis.org/repo/contributed
both become merged in the new official
QGIS New Official Repository http://plugins.qgis.org
and the distinction between contributed and official will no longer exist
(obviously individual repos maintained by some authors will always be
there as well).
The text in http://hub.qgis.org/wiki/quantum-gis/Python_Plugin_Repositories
made me think that QGIS Contributed Repository
was going to remain active.
Thanks for the clarification!
2012/1/29 Richard Duivenvoorde <rdmailings at duif.net>:
> On 01/29/2012 05:58 PM, Agustin Lobo wrote:
>> Why are there some plugins (i.e. Value Tool) in 2 repos?
>> http://pyqgis.org/repo/contributed (pointing to
>> http://plugins.qgis.org/plugins/plugins.xml (pointing to
>> Also, which is the rule by which a given plugin (I.e., Value Tool)
>> becomes official?
> Hi Agus,
> the pyqgis.org repository is the 'old official repo', used by older version
> of QGIS.
> the plugins.qgis.org is the 'new official repo', which is the default repo
> in current master (and 1.8 ?).
> You can even add th 'new repo' as a repo in older QGIS version, and the two
> will then just be merged, giving you just the newest version of a given
> plugin from both official repo's.
> We could not get in touch anymore with the original Valuetool plugin author,
> so I adopted and added On The Fly projection in the last version 0.3.4. It
> is uploaded to both repo's, so if all went correct both repo's would give
> you the exact same latest version: 0.3.4
> Your question about by which rule a given plugin becomes 'offical' depends
> on your definition of 'official'. If you mean 'make it to become a so called
> 'core-plugin' which is into a default QGIS installation'. Then there has to
> be some consenscus between the QGIS devs about the quality of the plugin and
> the value of it for QGIS.
> Or hardcore users must make a proposal for it, I think...
> Richard Duivenvoorde
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