Yes, I agree on this point. ML is a lack of time when 99% of email is about software not ours, and 99% of time there is no messages of "public use".
You can simple add a SINGLE THREAD to this forum where developer can ask for git pull/zip pull etc... The advantage is that you (or me) could also keep updated the first topic with instruction, faq, tips, example of refused addon, etc...
What are the reasons you don't submit your addon to official repo?
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Yesterday 10:27 Post: #81
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Yesterday 11:15 Post: #82
that won't work as anyone starts spamming that thread.
i will prefer the ML above using forum threads any time.
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Yesterday 23:56 Post: #83
I still dont get the objection.
99% of the messages are not about your software. So what? An email string regarding your addon always starts with you sending an email. Put the name of your addon in the title (as you should be doing anyway). Create a rule in your inbox that moves the mailing list emails to a different folder, and create another rule to have the ones with your addon in the title moved to another different folder.
People will write a thousand lines of code, but balk at sending a seven line email?