I noticed that Dynashape did use Github and have never used the Package Manager. That goes apparently very well, I have never seen any complaints about that. The support for Dynashape is limited to a readme guide for installing.
However, I have had some complaints, whether this is due to I have more inexperienced users concerning dynamo or computer system management do I not know. Therefore did I create an executable installer, and that seems to do the job. For those that still might not able to figure out how to install do I not have any further help to offer.
I took this step since I was unsatisfied with the Package Manager and the Dynamo Team do not really listen when complaints are put up. You get a message that things are not prioritized. Giving me those messages means that I solve problems by my self if I can. Moving to Github was easy.
The Dynamo Team must find that as being acceptable since Long became a moderator with the speed of lightning, his record in the community is much shorter than mine and he has a much more limited participation than I. So you can apparently become accepted in the inner circle doing nothing and using nothing from the community. Therefore, I am now doing whatever I feel suits me if the Dynamo team think that is not supporting it is their problem. They need to think about their behavior because that is paving how they are acted upon.
So I took the stand that I had to move out and I don’t return to the package manager before the team wake up and make it doable again. Their behavior means that I will go my own ways until they fix the problems I put up.
Sadly as it can be said I think @Konrad_K_Sobon is right… Revit crashing when adding Package Path in Dynamo 2.0.1 and Revit crashing when adding Package Path in Dynamo 2.0.1
The shared and common understanding is dead. Dynamo has become Autodesk and that is not meant positive. Autodesk, in general, is one of the most tone-deaf companies I have meet… unless you are Disney.