Right now it’s doing great keeping up to date a number of packages out of which:
might be the most used ones.
To be honest, the majority of operations was about publishing packages for the semantic organization: about 40 different packages at every new release
So far it had its highs and lows and we also had some discussion about whether it is the right way to go or not.
Still, we haven’t find the best way to get official integrations (e.g., as it was for twbs:bootstrap) or create wrapper packages in separated repos (lets have a look at jspdf:core for a recent example…). For sure it’s not always easy to bug libraries’ maintainers asking to support Meteor, or simply asking for a GitHub webhook to get readily notified about new releases.
This is why I’d like to hear back from you community! What do you think about it?
Feel free to shoot hard
I love it. I think it’s a real time saver for anyone writing packages. Bening able to just push your versions to github and they automatically appear on Atmosphere is awesome, especially if your package requires architecture-specific builds which are time consuming to do by hand.
@splendido Can you get me back up and running? Last time I checked repos had to be approved in order for them to start autopublishing?