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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    marcoc1712 - I got it. I know you and your friends like your plugin. Alas: there's no longer a recommended plugins list...
    First tanks to the people who spend time to vote for it, then -- if you like - you could maybe insert C-3PO in the 3rd party plugins list :-)
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    >> marcoc1712 - I got it. I know you and your friends like your plugin.
    >> Alas: there's no longer a recommended plugins list...

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    > First tanks to the people who spend time to vote for it, then -- if you
    > like - you could maybe insert C-3PO in the 3rd party plugins list :-)


    Good point! I assumed it already was there... what's the repo url?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    >> marcoc1712 - I got it. I know you and your friends like your plugin.
    >> Alas: there's no longer a recommended plugins list...

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    > First tanks to the people who spend time to vote for it, then -- if you
    > like - you could maybe insert C-3PO in the 3rd party plugins list :-)


    Good point! I assumed it already was there... what's the repo url?

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    http://www.marcoc1712.it/downloads/repository.xml for the stable, and http://www.marcoc1712.it/downloads/repository_beta.xml for the beta release (they are the same at moment).

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    Who can clean up the wiki page?

    The Wiki page which lists available repositories seems badly out of date, with about half of the XML repository links 404'ing as of today (5/31/2020).

    I went to go update the page, but editing is restricted to "admins, bots, and bureaucrats".

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    As an aside, this was at the end of a long trail of trying to find my all time favorite plugin: "Remove Played Songs" for LMS 7.x which had disappeared in a 404,

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    > The Wiki page which lists available repositories seems badly out of
    > date, with about half of the XML repository links 404'ing as of today
    > (5/31/2020).


    What page would that be?

    > As an aside, this was at the end of a long trail of trying to find my
    > all time favorite plugin: "Remove Played Songs" for LMS 7.x which had
    > disappeared in a 404,


    I think almost all working plugins as of today can be found in the
    default repository, activated with LMS. The raw list of included
    repositories can be found here:

    http://svn.slimdevices.com/repos/sli...ns/include.xml


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Webster View Post
    Yep, that's the one. The page which seems to have started this whole thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    >
    > As an aside, this was at the end of a long trail of trying to find my
    > all time favorite plugin: "Remove Played Songs" for LMS 7.x which had
    > disappeared in a 404[/color]

    I think almost all working plugins as of today can be found in the
    default repository, activated with LMS. The raw list of included
    repositories can be found here:

    http://svn.slimdevices.com/repos/sli...ns/include.xml

    Thanks for the link, Michael. In that list of repositories, I see http://www.koldware.net/SlimStuff/repodata.xml in a commented-out section. I reached out to the owner of Remove Played Songs, and he said that he didn't renew is hosting contract, which explains while koldware.net is now 404'ing. He was also kind enough to send me the zip of RPS.

    I did a spot check in the default repository XML, and there is a commented-out section which appears to contain all the broken repositories -- perhaps there's some automated link-checker which is maintaining the raw .xml file? (or a kind soul?)

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    <!--
      <repository url="http://grebrown-projects.googlecode.com/svn/repo.xml">
    	<recommended name="SuperDateTime" />
      </repository>
    
      <repository url="https://foobarjo.org/LMS/foobarjo-stable.xml" />
      <repository url="http://www.koldware.net/SlimStuff/repodata.xml" />
      <repository url="http://www.whizziwig.com/static/squeezecloud/public.xml" />
      <repository url="http://petherton.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/SlimServer/repository.xml" />
      <repository url="http://richiezed.com/squeezefamily/repo.xml" />
      <repository url="http://mrw-plugins.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/repo.xml" />
      <repository url="http://mrthreeplates.googlecode.com/svn/LMS-plugins/repo.xml" />
      <repository url="http://mdmplugins.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/repo.xml" />
      <repository url="http://squeezecenter-seeqpod.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/repodata.xml" />
      <repository url="http://triodeplugins.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/repo.xml">
      <repository url="http://kdfplugins.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/repo.xml" />
      <repository url="http://weathertime.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/repo.xml" />
      <repository url="http://ampache-squeezecenter.googlecode.com/svn/tags/repo.xml" />
    -->
    Getting back to my original post, the Plugins page within LMS links to the wiki page mentioned above -- which is how I found it. The repository wiki page in turn links to this thread as a location to suggest new repositories which should be included in the 3rd party list. To reduce confusion, either the wiki page needs to be cleaned up, or the page should be archived and LMS should maybe link directly to this thread?

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    > That page is
    > http://wiki.slimdevices.com/index.ph...r_repositories


    I was wondering what action we should take here. In my experience trying
    to keep the "truth" in more than one place will always lead to one being
    outdated, or them being out of sync. I maintain the repository file for
    LMS, because I consider it the one source of truth. Should we kill the
    wiki page? Or refer to the raw XML file?


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    How about some magic pretty-printing to make that Wiki page a live view of the master XML?
    Paul Webster
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    Author of "Now Playing" plugins covering Radio France (FIP etc), KCRW, Supla Finland, ABC Australia, CBC/Radio-Canada and RTE Ireland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Webster View Post
    How about some magic pretty-printing to make that Wiki page a live view of the master XML?
    Not being able to create such a thing personally, I wasn't about to volunteer someone else to do this work, but I'd thought the same thing.

    Alternatively, the Wiki page could be updated, noting that some information is provided for reference only, and mainly provide a link directly to the "source of truth" XML maintained by Michael.

    Maybe this is all beside the point though. I believe the wiki page was created as a nifty place to include repository links, so the user could enter them into the '3rd Party Repository' field on the Plugins page. But since now there's an official list of working repositories which can be toggled on the LMS plugins page, it's not super useful to have a list in a wiki at all?

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