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Brilliant idea! It will expose RJ TE to a larger audience, and if it works fine, in the future collaboration on other types of assets (like highlighters, scripts, extensions, language server templates, etc.) could be done also via GitHub. Disclaimer: I still don't know how to git, but I'm willing to learn
Alium tibi quaere fratrem; hic, quem tuum putas, meus est. Titus Flāvius Caesar Vespasiānus Augustus
The Text Editor Pro developer also publishes his syntax highlighter component and syntax highlighting files on Github. Too bad he doesn't turn Issues on so people can't interact with him there. He can only be contacted via his email address.