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Let’s make it shine, and don’t hesitate to add your contributions !
What would be the best way to make a pyplug repository for the community ?
If we can make a place were everybody can put their Pyplug with a basic description and a way to easily find them, I think that can help Natron make a step forward.
This can be even better if this repo is made by the community as I guess devs are already very busy.
I know there is a facebook group, I don’t have a FB account so I don’t know how it’s going there, but I guess it may be not the best way to have a repository.
We can make a temporary repository first like a github, google group or a wiki , and when dev’s will have time they can manage something better integrated inside Natron website .
I think many people are not aware of what’s already doable with Natron and pyplug, because information is spread across too many places.
Also there are a few SeExpr / Shadertoy scripts laying around that deserve to be ported to pyplug ( I think mainly about Defocus/Bokeh Blur and normal map relighting by Allessandro Dalla Fontana)
I’ve made some useful pyplug too and I’m sure a lots of user got some nice ones to share but personally I lack a good place to put them.
There is many positive effects of having such repository, as it can extend Natron capabilty , people can improve already existing pyplug or learn from them. It can also be inspiring for newcomers. And finally maybe it can be a good place for dev to look around and integrate some of them inside Natron release.
I’d like to get involved in this but I’ve no idea from where to start , or what can be the best way to make it append …
So what do you guys think ?