I would recommend github.com. I like the way they make it easy to
fork and merge back updates by other people to your plugin. They also
have some guides on their website.
On Jul 21, 2009, at 12:36 PM, Loqi wrote:
> I just wrote a high-quality plugin that is good enough to give away
> to the world, but I don't know how to do this.
> I need help with finding the right source code repository, the right
> way to package the plugin for distribution, and so on. If anyone out
> there is willing to guide me through this and answer my lame
> questions, I'd be most appreciative.
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