I often read here in the community about libraries and if they are compatible with the spark core.
Is it a good idea to create a site to manage all the compatible libraries? I think there should be a single point to get spark libraries in their latest version. Then I can search for certain libraries, see if they are yet ported to the spark core, if someone is currently porting them, maybe port them myself and contribute the result to this page. So I have an overview and can see the status of a library, can leave a comment or a bugreport and can thank the author.
For now, if I search for a library, I have to search on Google or this forum, and maybe I end up on a server which I don’t know whether to trust, or if there are newer versions out in the wild.
I know creating such a site can be a lot of work, and you guys are busy with the spark core itself, but maybe if we start little and implement features with the time… for example, if you create a new category in this forum to collect all libraries and library requests, this would be a base And maybe there will be a community member willing to create such a site, or maybe there already exists software for such a case?
What do you think about this?