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Sep 20, 2011
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What do you want from EPiServer Nuget?

I would like to get some input from the EPiServer Developer community about what kind of features/changes you would like to see on EPiServer Nuget. Suggestions can be for the web site or the actual feed itself.

From the suggestions I get I will create a prioritized backlog based on how many +1’s I get for a suggestion.

As always, your help is really appreciated.

Sep 20, 2011


Sep 20, 2011 02:57 PM

Suggestion 1: The ability to rate a module would be nice.

Suggestion 2: The default sorting on the web site should be by rating (top rated on top) and/or number of downloads.

Suggestion 3: Some way to see what requirements each module has. E.g. CMS 6R2, PTB or Composer.

Stefan Forsberg
Stefan Forsberg Sep 20, 2011 04:59 PM

The availability of EPiServer dll's as packages. This would mean that package we as third party developers develop could include EPiServer dll's in our packages.

This would in a way solve suggestion 3 above since you could indicate the dependency using standard nuget functionality.

Sep 20, 2011 05:27 PM

Maybe a product page for each module on the web site, so it could be possible to comment a module.

Ted Sep 20, 2011 08:22 PM

Date added, rating, comments, number of downloads, author, description, and requirements/dependencies are all valuable!

Andreas Runnhagen
Andreas Runnhagen Sep 21, 2011 07:54 AM

I second Stefans suggestion. The feed could be authenticated with the EPiServer world login so you still can keep the downloads in check.

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