I don’t usually pay much attention to I7, so please forgive my ignorance … but this afternoon, moved by some obscure impulse, I thought I’d upgrade to 6L38 and make sure my extensions are compatible.
I managed to find the github repository, which directed me to a page on Emily Short’s site (emshort.com/pl/payloads/). This page shows only a half-dozen extension authors, however. These can’t be the only extensions that are 6L38-compatible, can they?
Looking on the Aaron Reed page from that list, I find that NONE of the extensions by Aaron are the same as the ones on the I7 site’s Extensions page. My goodness – what does this mean? That the I7 site Extensions page is completely obsolete?
Moving up one level in Emily’s site, to emshort.com/pl/, I find the same (presumably new, or new-ish) extensions arranged by type, but with no apparent way to download or even access them. I see lozenge-shaped boxes labeled “buttontext,” but these links are broken; they refer to something called “library” rather than providing a URL.
Is the whole extensions scene really this disorganized? Or am I just looking at a bunch of old dead pages and missing the active, regularly updated page?