, I have a number of scripts on userscript.org
, but mostly those I developed pre-Google+ (majority for Friendfeed). However I did put a stub for my G+ Hide Comments extension there: http://userscripts.org/scripts/review/105966
I haven't done so with my other five G+ extensions - I'm not sure if it's poor form to submit a userscript entry there that just points to my github repo, which is what I've chosen to be my canonical public version. There are downsides trying to keep current versions on in multiple locations; in the past I kept one copy on my own domain/webhost and userscripts.org
and it was a pain and got out of sync at times. Managing with git on my local machine + github for public access is a solution I'm finding I really like.
I kind of rambled there - what are thoughts on this, Chaval?