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  1. Chris Howard

    Big fan of Tom’s Boilerplate.

    I’d like it to be more transportable though.

    That is, when there is an update, I’d like to be able to easily update my existing plugins to it. Seems, each time I make a plugin, it is with a different version of the boilerplate.

    It is probably a bit of an idealistic and unreal hope though.

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  2. Ajay

    I’m waiting for the update. Need to add some network support for my plugins and plan on using the plugin as a base.

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  3. Tom McFarlin

    Thanks for the write-up, Sarah! I really appreciate you guys getting the word out about this – the more contributors, the better :).

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  4. Tom McFarlin

    @Chris Howard – thanks!

    You’re write in that I don’t know if I can make it as transportable in that it’d update your old plugins, but I think I could probably do more in the way of providing updates beyond, say, a blog post.

    Something I’ll throw in the backlog for future development :).

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  5. Tom McFarlin

    @Ajay – it won’t be long! aiming for this week (with next week at the latest!)

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