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  1. I am very excited about the potential for a platform that encourages opensource collaboration on LabVIEW code. My main experience of non LabVIEW package managers is with NPM for Node.js. NPM is an organisation which provides two things - a tool which is the mechanism for managing what packages are used in a project and a registry that allows for anyone to publish their packages to. I believe that NPM supports private packages for enterprise customers but open source packages are generally hosted on github and when a package is uploaded to the NPM registry it simply pulls in the READM
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  2. I have a few things that might fit a user story - but also some more freeform feedback too - I'm excited to see some effort and thought going into this area - although early discussions sounds like a lot of technology work where I think there is a solid base already. To backup Joergs point as well - I want to use github/gitlab etc. for my open source projects - leveraging what is already there makes it easier to find resources, help and allows me to translate my experience between languages. There should really only be LabVIEW specific elements where that is absolutely necessary I
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